You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 ric1898072001_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. o & ,3 15 ; V rf Pft ,1 - v -- ,i p&-. P?Stt2!?" s. -- T ' J" x THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 25. JtH . S?" : RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. 1898. NUMEEE 5L! CEiSJ '- 7. piuiSiiiip8nirrrlJF3i fiE Iim -' 4 11! gfei era pa; Hjp Our Square Dealings and Modern Methods $ 5 00 0 00 8 00 00 12 50 15 00 18 00 j md MEN'S SUITS for for foi-1- 0 $ 3 75 4 50 6 25 7 50 Of doing business on a small margin of profits has won your confidence and valuable patronage. The proof of our success is best exemplified by the great improvements we are about make. Our ever increasing business demands more room to accommodate our customers. S MEHS SHOES S2 00 2 50 3 00 3 50 4 00 5 00 I?sSsS s i ns rHJEl for for .' Pjgj for for 9 50 11 50 13 50 The Contractors "Working room before they can proceed with alterations-w- e salvation is t? sacrifice our entire stock of ZT SiiJllHTtn Furnishings, I I 8 for i I I 1 1 intend making. As we are crushed for room, our onlv CloUiing, foe for for for for 1S3 3 15 8 S5 r."3!ifE - i 275 YOUTH'S SUITS S 5 00 6 00.. t 7 50 9 00 00 12 50 15 00 lea's 5 and Boy's Eats, Caps and Shoes. for for for foi-10 rays! for for for 3 75 4 50 5 75 6 75 7 50 9 50 11 50 Straw Hats .ijip n il lt . SMl e r fgls t r This STOCK MUST be reduced at once and we fully realize the only means to accomplish this at once is ONE THIRD $ 1 1 hSffy KEEN'S PANTS 2 2 3 3 4 5 00. 50: 00. 50. 00. 00. for for for for for for 1 50 1 S5 2 25 economical buyers will appreciate the rediculously LOW PRICES that prevail in this As our entire stock is of the very BEST to be found in this community, 2 00. Hats and C ps for for for for for for 1 1 1 ssm 8) 15 saraJi ;i ,4 50. 00. 2 50 3 00 3 75 2 50. 3 00. 3 50 75 J"rty fji 50. 2 25 250 lag mm SIS 11 1 CKILDEENS SUITS 2 2 3 3 4 5 fJS Pi E3E 00. 50. 00. 50. 00. 00. for for for 1 1 for for for 2 2 3 3 60 85 25 50 00 75 n The ieople have made the "Wonderful Success this store enjoys and we propose to show our appreciation by giving, during this forced sale, the Most Phenomenal Values ever offered in the histoiy of this city. Iu making this Remarkable Sacrifice we expect to make manj- - new customers for our new store, and invite the Most Skeptical Bm'ers to investigate every item we advertise. There will not be any disappointment in this srtle. Come prepared to be agreeably surprised, remember every item in our store is of the Highest Standard, making this Sale the Greatest of Bargain Harvests. Be on hand earl' and share in the SALE. Never-to-be-forgotten rtiniiskfig uooas, tfb Men's Summer Underwear, Colored Shirts in both Fancy and Negligee, all at great sacrifice. .NOTHING RESERVED. MwwBmwimnMpwi nnnw ilp " "iMBiwiaiuk'i.iiiMi Mrjmjuu g im uujolj ag,r!ijjB m 3 MB pal SRiJarrtiJBfrSrrtiJl iiriirrrlJWfaMfaMrraiTrllBlrrlJMf sa - ma Sjpr EICHMOHD'S MOST PR0GEESSIY1 CL0TH1EES, jajgjfjjjg i mm PTJMISHEaS AID m memDer of the Kentucky legislatu-e- . He opposed secession, yet raised a confederate regiment and was made a brigadier general and was under Gen. m m$M msmMMMMSmm ;: mm HATTEES. MpfsrgMp BfHirll JiriBrJBiJ- sgllfipjSJ'iiJlirariJWfraJsM BIDS WANTED. COUNCIL OF WAR. "Saved Her Life." PHYSICIANS. DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. 37- Scaled Proposals for the Transportation of Propoied Invasion of Forto Itlco and tho Spanish Prisoners to SpUit Invited DUpatch of tVatsoii's Squadron to Spain Considered. hy the War liepaitrucnt. -- MRS. a severe attack of LaGrippe "In 1S30 1 and at the end of four months, in spite cf all estoeiied or widely known, writes. JOHN WALLET, of Jefferson, than whom none Is more highly hl physicians, friends and good nursing conld do, my lnn;s heart and ncrvons system were so completely wrecked, my llfo was despaired of, my friends giving do up. 1 could only sleep lay the use of opiates. My lungs and heart pained me terribly and my cough was most aggravating. I could not llo in onn joslticn but a short tlmo and not on my left side .t all. My husband brought me Dr. Miles' JTervlne and Heart Cure and I began taking them. When I had taken a half bottle of each I was much better and continuing persistently I took about a dozen bottles and was completely restored to health to the surprise of all Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drugpositive gists under guarantee, first bottle benefits or money Rook on diseases of the heart and nerves free. Address, DR. VTT.T-.f-i MEDICAL CO, Elkhart, Ind. Scaled proposals arc invited for the transportaOffice in the Joe CcJinsbuildinc. 18 and 10 Sec- tion of the Spanish "prisoners of war ond Street, over Wnue .old dmestore. who surrendered to thu United States forces from Santiago do Cuba to Cadiz, CHAS. HOOKER, or such other port of Spain as may hereafter be designated. Their numVETERINARY SURGEON, ber is estimated as 1,000 commissioned Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. officers and 24,000 enlisted men. Cabin accommodations are to be supplied for Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility .1 Specialty. or steerthe officers and third-clas- s up stairs, over store recently occupied bv nichmond Harness Co , East Main ? St., age accommodations having suitable ayrf-lkichmbnd. Ky. gallei' accommodations, conforming to the United States' requirements a to m JASPER, m. space and ventilation Jor the enlisted Medicine and Surgery. men. The United States government Office Collins Buildine, MainStreet. will deliver the prisoners on board at Telephone at residence (the Carr place) on Santiago. Proposals to state the per Broadway. - Kektdcky. capita price for transporting officers Richmond, and for transporting enlisted men and for their subsistence, and delivering rr W. EVANS, M. D., them on shore at the Spanish port. 18. Washington, July Washington, July IS. A council of war was begun at the white house at 10:15 o'clock Saturday morning. There were present Secretaries Alger and Long and the members of the. war board, consisting of Rr. Adm. Sicard, Capt. Crowninshicld and Capt. Mahan. It is supposed that the proposed invasion of Porto Rico and the dispatch of Watson's squadron to the coast of Spain were under consideration. ! , a x Seltz, nf Morfrt.ii. Physician and Surgeon, SIt. Steklixg, Ky., July 1& The re- - Kentucky. publicans of Montgomery county met Richmond. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond, jSSOffice and residence on Second Street Saturday and selected delegates to the congressional convention at Paints-vill- e July C7 and instructed them to vote for Hon. W. J. beitz, of Morgan countv. DENTAL SURQEXIT. When ftpe Tir. "X)aeTtotv& OP - .oisot DENTIST, D A IHi D4'IV1 V-acit- b and Rheumatism relieved Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. IJUISMIXK, KY. next door to Government 1Building, to 4. BichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 12-- Shakes novl7-l- y PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Fonr nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Oifice of Dr. Hob-so- n, ATrossrzYS. R. YJ. MILLER. Attobsbt-at-La- next fioor to postoffice. )f?. FRED SMITH. you can shake the Ague by using It is the AYER'S AGUE CURE. infallible cure for one certain and that depleting disease. It lias been tried in many countries and under various conditions, and has never been known to fail. An oldyeteran vi ,,. writes: DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr, "W. V. Burgin. jan!2-l- y v Kkstccky. Bnrnam Building, next door to Office in the feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. Richmond, J. s. STJXji-iXr-iis- r. f)R Attoknev-at-Law, J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. know my "Yon may bo interested perience many years ago with Ayer's Aguo Cure. The year before tie var I was in Kansas. Some twenty of ns were engaged in farming, and suddenly all "were taken with fever and agne. Wo tried almost everything Without getting any help, till at last I sent to the city and procured a bottle'of AyePsAgue ez-- " ;. c - i i to I ;" ..RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY. Office over Taylor's Hani ware store, opposite Cpnrt House, on Main Street. 3Officc over Richmond, Ky. Madison National Bank, Jly6-ly II. B. HOGG, RicnMOHD, Dr. Louis ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. First St., up Ftairs. 31-3- 0 I. Uskfi, AUGUST 1M&, 1895. once. The others folCure. I recoyereS lowed my example, and they, too, recovered. Every one in camp took the remedy and was cured by I went all through the war, have lived in thirteen different states of tho Union, and have, never had the ague Binee." at it t). B. No.608 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will beat Mr. J. B.WUUs,f Richmond, Ky., on WEDNESDAY, SMITH, St. Augustine, Fk. There's only one thing to get for ague : Office Ko. 13 J. 0. &p. 3L.OHENAULT, . JlTTORNEYJS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmokd, - returning cverv second Wednesday of each of Richmonth. Befereece every physician feblWy.. mond, Ky. ' A- - Avers i . oM,6 . u sc6oa I jtrmrenr T ..! Wanted-- ln Idea or we wmii tfcsatovMf ym; 4iiii"wiy TTMmBlfratf "Irn n'tt- SAP'BS Wf f Wteokatfctek 2 wB ftrW counfound that in the ty company there are ten privates j I BAKlsa rOWSCR CO., who are lawyers - by profession. vegetables snch as Beans. Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage Obhh. Lettaee -i Several of the officers of the company, Ac, Szc., can be found in our market at all tuned. Thanking yoa for pact patronage. I bv tne exniosion ot a ooiht solicit continuance of samt. captain, are lawyers. including the DIED AT SUNRISE. Cot Colson, of course, is a lawyer, and Niagara starch works, Buffalo, N. Y., .the building was wrecked, ' Telephone 10J.4Clarence Vinegar Hnnxetl at Georgetown, Lieut Col. Murray has a reputation at the bar. Among the others arc Maj. six persons killed and 20 injured. Two mav25-lMickey BuildiR?, Main St Ky., Tor the Jlordcr Sam Morrow and W. H. Collier, Ad jt. others are missing who are supposed of Ills Wife. WSBRH1 to have perished. Uoldriek, Capts. Rose and Stewart'and Lexington, Ky., July 18. Monday Lieut Ethclbert Scott There are also The settlement on the London stock The surrender of morning at sunrise Clarence Vinegar, others who have had experience at the exchange is over. colored, was hanged at Georgetown bar and who were trying to buikl up Santiago materially improved the tone of business, which is expanding, notafor murdering his wifo more than a reputations. bly in the case of American securities year ago. He found comfort in reSettle the Nominee. Spanish fours. ligion. He said he was ready and MANAGER. Ky., July IS. Hon. Evan and Fisankfort, willing to die. It is announced in a special dispatch . ($" E. Settle was declared the democratic It is 40 years since a legal execution nominee for congress in this district from Barcelona Friday afternoon that COMMODORE WATSON. Best $2.00 and S2.50 was held in this county. Vinegar's by Hon." South Trimble, executive the inhabitants wf that city are They believe the Americans Secretary Alger, after the confer- crime was committed in Scott, near committeeman, acting under orders ago. It I from the district committee. Settle will select defenseless Barcelona as House in Louisville. ence, said that the government was this city, nearly two years ft ft T ft entirely satisfied with the conditions was during April. 1S07, that Clarence himself was not here, but was repre- the first point to bombard. T- t ii ' Ji was Vinegar, while walking along the high-- sented by,his son and his private seci&fcJ"?--' in and around Santiago, MARKETS. THE ay one Sabbath afternoon, met his retary. An effort is being made to get no longer doubt of the surrender of a com- 4 Col. William Breckinridge to run as an ClXfclSJfATT. July li Toral and his army? was final and wife, Ella Bell Vinegar, in 3 73 3 00 pany with some of her young friends. independentagainst Settle, but he will complete. 4 Ul fe4 J Select butchers lie had probably not run. 44 6 5) CALVES Fair to cood ltrhl. "They have unconditionally accept- Vinegar was jealous. 13 ..... .... 3 7j trt. 3 SV had HOGS Common ed our terms," added the secretary, Buspcetqd his wife of infidelity; he sus3 3a Mixed packers Clothe Line Did It. of this . 3 lO t 3 30 I.lcht shlnpcrb "and the next thing is to irovide ships previously left her because 15 (!3(5 hoice JIt. Stirling, Ky., July IS, James SHEEP Spring (SIX) TjAMH to send the prisoners back, to Spain. picion. Without a word he approached 32J OlS &3 4J once, for ships to the crowd of young people. In a mo- H. Gillespie,, a prominent farmer of GKAIN tcrWheat familv .. We will advertise at 78 No. SrcitntTT ii 73 ment, but too late for interference, he this county, while running to catch a No. 3 red be used as transports. The Spaniards W 34K Cora Nu 2 mixed... .. . into a wire clothes" line, cut f horse, ran & Z will retain their side arm3. That is rushed . upon his defenseless wife, Oats No. 2 his throat from ear to ear, and is & Jl . ,. . Itye No. s. . always customary, and it Is the only and, placing a pistol against her ting dangerous condition. 0 09 S 0 50 HAY Prime to choice temple, fired, nnd instantly the in a PKOVIsJONS--McsPor... . concession made to Toral." (S 5 35 ..... mortally L ird1'rlma steam women fell, struggling, nOTTEK-Clicfr li datir iU Vinegar knelt down over IS wounded. Prime to eUoice creamers" PRISONERS. ii J tt 'DISTINGUISHED NEWS ITEMS. ZfXt r APPr.El Njw mouther- -'. .. carefully placed the his dying wife, 60, r2 75 Nrjw. per libl POTAUOEii Adm. Ceriera and tho Other Gffloers ot weapon against her head and fired anCOlICAGa bay colt Lord Rosebery's 423t He arose D.Ylue Worship 4 U Ills Fleet Attend other shot into her brain Vluttr iratents Velasquez won the eclipse stakes of FtOUK Wheat Ho. S red..... 73 64 UIIA1K lu St. Marj-- C.ithollc Oharoh. and walked away a few steps, turned 10,000 sovereigns at the Sandowh park No. 3 CMC3SO syrins ii B2 i 33J . 4 to CORN No 2 around and walked back again, and OATS No. 2,..........x... i 21 Annapolis, Md., July 18.. Mary- make sure of his purpose, he fired the second summer meeting Ft May. 9 S3 &0S0 POK1C- Mess 'J he qutbreuk ot yellow fever at San 5 S!4 6 W land's ancient capital Avas crowded third shot into the body, in which life LAKU fatcam . ... Jjago has caused the war department Sunday with curiosity seekers who was then almost extinct NV.WidltK. 425 to redouble. its. vigilance over the FLOUR Wintecpiitent .... 4 10 came from llaltimore, Washington and o. a m Srtii j camp, at Tampa, where typhoid ever AVHEAT-N- No. 2 mixed.... elsewhere by rail and by water in the & 3kH Gen. Williams De.ul. CORN W 40 hope of getting a peep at Adm. 27 Mt. Stbuxo, Ky., July 18. Gen. exists. ...,.-- . OATS Mixed. of Ohio, arrived in PORK New iness...... ..... 10 00 10M Senator Foraker, and the men who fought and lost "Cerro Gordo" Williams, so nick(ft 6tW ............ in tho great naval fight off Santiago. named on "account of his' bravery at Chattanooga at 7:30 Thursday morning ,LAKD Western. iJALTIMOKE. Those who reached here early in tho tho battle of that name in the war and went at once to the camp. He FLOUR Family..... ., . . '5 60 6 Qti 81 . iH. were rewarded for theic trou- with Tdcxico, died Sunday, ivjcd 81 will reroaln.seve rat days, the guest of UKAlR wacai 5.-.- .. morning Southern Wheit. skippew on the wtry nor I thi picture prctlaeeS ..,.. ,. IXXQ 37 Or r.ny of those ble, as nearly all the prisoners, includ- years. Gen- - John & "Wittianjs has the Ohio officers. here through anity, bnttoraliattentiwiSo Hii;lvefeniev. nn.l th fart time 30 & 31 Oat No. 2 while. . .,. ... servito Madrid that the cables ing the admiral, attended divine 4. borne an active part in Kentucky his Rye Nu SweSKrn-..- . ....... 4 49 a 70 ce-at,, Catholic tory, bufcior some time past Jus been j lowesbf "the last few days liave beon St Mary's-Itom4 40 -- . ...... hHCGS Wehtern church, where they offered up thanks living quietly on nis iarm niiir.nr 400 kille'd, wounded and taken prison-e- r 1NDI.VNAPOLIS. Tk,s4ys that he lias 12,000 troops n from the fate Sterling He wisborn In lb2J;in (or their ticlirenince sra hTts he has 3iac, The OfilKeliable Main Streefi Jeweler, is &HM hehtmi his counters. Xo. J mixed...... ... that overtook sotnany of their less prbntgorBery" county. He s rved in,-- left.in fine"6nditiont oM tows of Hfehmond. and still redy to wait beet) terover 31 years, w courfcil fcH'before the laeiuaxicaB" wr p fortunate eoiarsdes who awl & mnY new oea as will farec him with thek pairon-iwuv..i. "'The buBdesrath, or federal ; LOCISVU.LB. s oo bkTId ' reilifee'QMKB'iAmerioftn guns Deini: ikS-- captain and" later, ooto- - oi Switzerland? has prohibiteathe.THi FLOGKWtervTOal.- - ..- Bfe stook b being added ta ' eoettlyv and ypa will ftsd y can pvt 1 . , TOO. i ti.tw.o1b2 ,?r?l! JJL fif uunl, in.1 liattAr .:"TL"T,""rL-- j .Af y it. I M.r" f onJulv S.' S "1", tlut-- Umb uvatktr nitlMl. AaviMacr "he tetfe iJ' -nrK &Hf--, yv o relr Wilt, mm .JjriwiiiMimTw". v7uv".-- -t or AJwiiBfrtiit: with Tve,t&kKV. titttMWfrfewi AtSi clow af ftiJmrriea tfc Ka 'v ""v. w1 n :. 'i. r?r J. Mason-Bracke- n l I nna spent the balance of the day in strolling about the grounds or lounging on the broad piazzas which surround most of the buildings in which the prisoners are quartered. They are rapidly becoming accustomed to their surroundings and seem cheerful and contented. Ample provision has been made for their comfort, their fool is plentiful and of the best qual ity, and clothes ill be provided for such as uill accept Capt. Eulate, of the "Vizca3a, is tho only one of the officers ho has thus far refused to sign the parole pledge. ra His reasons for it are that Adm. was only required to give a verbal promise, and that his (Eulatc's) rank entitles him to the same privilege. The authorities here have no doubt that the matter will be amicably arranged and that the scruples of the gallant officer may be overcome. Cer-ve- I ' sra m. .a 1 Jj Johnston at the surrender. Richmond Market UWSa 'JJ&iwMm v 4i5CK.ss.-Iec:&3?- , TIint -- He was elected United States senator in 1S74, and served until March S, 1SS5. He was defeated by Jos. C. 8. . I 'tt'VfS m . IIIJfMI JHackburn for the renomination in a memorable contest. Miny Lawyers In the 4th Regiment. Kexington', Ky.. July 18. The 4th Kentucky can boast of having in it more lawyers than there are in other regiment in the service. They are so thick that one officer said: "In Capt. Corum's company every other man is a lawyer." When this statement was sifted down it was actually P4 IjeSCS aAMAij --- iltiTSf I a ay rtfrs'S bHome-grow- .1. .1 all mwiti, suvalike. Uurmeats aiv the best. We kill iirst- T j. A -a- ! P0WQIR Absolutely Pure ROYAL NEW YORPC 1 Meats, are not excelled II always enjoyed a good shai-ot Kienmoncl s IxitrcMiae. Thoe that hare not favort-ixs with orders in the putt will be convinced, by ivinj' us a trial order fehsit our Beef. Mutton, Pork and other - any market. e 7i 4 Fresh Pish Recieved Daily. ta!-dish- n 3, - "XS..QUCS, Cold-IJIool- y 3Dao.t.oU panic-stricke- and-ther- e w 1. jTJrt. .'l -- V-W -- mch3-Sr- I LrvXSTOCK;-tfaitlccomraoi- L3 SBH FLOUR-Wlc- "" -- )t TH N ice S - Cer-vc- ia S. "" sea-RO- n? Gen-H'or- al ' an CATTLE-Firstou- ahtr t4 ID. ewet-aaiem- QRAINWheat-No-S.,..-.-Co- T. ABHSB, tbod 'SiiVn l.iJ' UJCMFTSLiSSi a ?, ej r rptui:?, - J- y kj w p.; ii !' . m ZtZu.-J.7JL,- t. . J.i-- 3j -, . Jt'ViB" ja WEM Hf W WEW fr""' ZZa-L- "-- idSf, , p? ."iVs 'Jr. Zt fmft f ?! tZSffl . - c - rjFZ&n&Mr X' "" - ff The Richmond Climax.! E EH. fef km. Jv, Ilfe HB s. HHhPHNnpl fm Big Time at Tlie Gentry Reunion. 'Mi n K1IXIUAY KY Ths Climax Printing J. C CHESAULT. a. Mii.i.rjf. Oo.jJ & a li miCK lBlt WEDNESDAY. . t Proprietors M10OOS, U ce.bf. and Editors. .'or. ,, - KAII, $.50. JULY 2 DEMOCRATIC TICKET- FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. Grneki.J. S. "Williams, known as. "Coiro Gordo," ujeil after several weeKs illness at liis home in Mt. Sterling last Sumlav, in the oiphtieth year of his age. lie was a liero of tw o i ars. Thb Commercial CInVh edition of the Morelicnd Advance is a credit to the town and flie Advanceeditor.Mr Wm. F. SuhoWer, who is taking a ureal interest in the City of the Hills." and doing everything that a newspaper intercould possibly do to advance the More-heaest and promote the business of 4 1jrti u"Ko3o, SaTOpsou," Said Schley at lie table, with a bottle of d. real Old Cervera between them, In an able speech in favor of the anof nexation of Hawaii, Senator Pettus anAkb-in- a, e m 18 m replied to the charge that nexation would caus-- us to build a large navv bv savins:: I hope to God it w ill I will welcome the !ny when our navy Ttouerful that no nation of uill world will ever dare to oiler u an tle insult." The Pathfinder is the name of a m?Whinper jut launched at Barbours-villAW H. Hudson, formerly of the editor. The Benttvville Enterprise, eopv flrtand i'f of the paper has just reached Mr. Hud-o- n continues to us, a pajnT as his first edi-- , tiH, we predict for him the success never enjoyed by a paper in that section. ONJI of the cUarest manifettionn regard enter- -' given of the Uined in England for this country wasfuruisiiedon Monday last by the Armstrong sliipbulding firm, who launched a cruiser which they named the ourth Julv a name w Inch, as was said on the oeHkH-- , stirs a memory regarded by all Englishmen without a tinge of resentment ,r regret. A Washington correspondent to the Corier-Journ- al says: The defeat of !.. ' e. fe? 'ciS-3- i- - .n o-- ss-- ft' I tjfe Eightli Kentucky District is generally regretted in Washington bv men of all, parties. While in Congies Mr. Mc-Civary ws Hhleand ellieient and never favor? for his friends rtf !. This made hiui popular in and out of tlie liosse. Had he been a member ot Vifjv jsivtli Con'Ttvs be would have had .tron support for Speaker and if certain expected complications had sr.ii In would most likely have been elected. Aithh n defeated, v. hen t!ie fearful wtiicli he lnlnreu aie o.W Mr. Mct'reaty s race waste markable Kneitred out if a primary election, in winch bis opponents knew thrv would be br.uen by the popular ot- -. Mr. Mcl'n'Hiy had to combat some ttnHHinsry methods which nero resoried to bj men who gave wholly up to the work or e iilui for days and weeks noi the poe the own wiiiion. It pie the field a.li1- - McCreary, and to it HitiHito a strong candidate was Kwslkid np in the one wish to beat McC'rearv. Although overconip tahiiitv to b metlKKls which pui the t'umx lielieves Mr. the resject and has iii-i- l X'litnratiiHi the teipie of the district hd tor luni, aix! hi.I continue in his even wav to r.iHud out an honorable and iisefal life, the noUlitv of whicn will perpetuate his fame long after tlro-- e wIhj have rereiitly trodden down of the people shall all have lwoil forgotten tl Maihson- - Coi t i giently d over the deleat of her and worth; son. lion. James 15. Mr. J. 15. McCretT- - for Congress in the feS I tirl jVf Jpp-- g-! "&2 ajr-ili- .st cou-m- th-lv- df.H It is esti mated that it will cost one and a quarter million dollars to transport the Spanish prisoners to Spain. On a basis of .f 25,000 at $45 per head for the transportation, the following- liguresare Subsistence at fur ten days. he-for- e presented: 17 cents a day .. ..--..- ihdiin .. MibMstence for two weeks Clothing necessarv Moving troops - - Mr-Crcii- rv Incidental expenses Transporting supplies to Cuba. Transportation Total $12,000 40,500 10,000 10,000 10,000 5,000 1,125,000 $l,251,5'Wj PERSONAL. Mr. D. R. Freeman is in 1'ittsburg for a few days. Miss Sue Deatherage is visiting relatives :u Ixiiigton. Miss Kit Chenault is visiting at tlw-li-i- -e disap-pointe- distin-guislie- Cumberland View. .WcCreary, lefint? the MNs Helen Bennett at DniiiiIh last week Specu- yWotiford in Paris. is visiting; Miss lation is freely in bilged in as to how s Mrs. Cha!. Jacobs is isitiiir it owurr.'d. It is .idrnt to every one in Cincinnati. that Mr. Mct'rear N by f.tr the most opulsr man, snigle banded, in the Juoge Hobert Tlicldell, of Irvine, iaghlh CMgre bhihI and but was her Wednesday. fo- - th combined efforts of the candiMis Uessie lackey is date, who opposed him, Mr. McCivary ami relatives in Ford. visiting friends be marching to victory iould Miss Iiiird- - Gomerley is visiting with the DeinKratieiaiiiiernaviugatid of Miccers le hhared by friends in Mt. Sterling. cooftdeiice Miss Sue Clay, of Paris, is the guest every member of the party. It - not oftfii that the opportunity of Mr. John D. Harris. for such diftiHjsuNhed service is Mis llirle Chenault is isiting Miss a ieople. and to think that every Mamie Uryan at Wilmore. short imrse who may hope some day to Miss Kthel Terrill is visiting Mrs. occupy tla- hHt to which he aspired, Winchester. uied in the hue and cry to defeat him JJ.S Winnat j Mrs. P. II. Sullivan and daughter, forget The people mnj forgive and those who have deprived them of this visited in lexington Monday. Miss Katie Green is ill with fever at distinguished service, but we predict they will hear it some day when it will her home on Moberley avenue. ' knell. Found like a Mr. and Mrs, Coleman Nell visited relatives in Lexington Sunday. Mrs. James "W. Caperton has returned from a visit to Ixmisville. Mis Minnie Dykes is entertaining i Miss Kula Edwards, of Louisville. Mrs. Dudley Tribble is the guest of tier sister, Mrs. weathers, in Lexingf ton. Miss Mary Little has returned from a visit to Miss Virginia Uetts at Pine lirove. Mrs. C. D. Chenault has retuned from a visit to her mother in Versailles. Our ad. of last week call- - Miss Katie Blanton is at home after in"1 attention to our spe- - a pleasant visit to Mrs. Grimes in Denux-nitic Con-eiitio- u rela-tie- I)i-tn- ct, j to-da- v t i- ten-dero- d , - j j C.F.Brower&Co I Tn Bii !t! Har-rKlsbnr- .sale of Lawn met with response that we were Virginia. Miss Nancy Danville, is very much gratified. We the attractive Huguley,ofof Miss Florie guest however, and Chenauk. expected it, Mrs. Lenora Shifflet, of Station sire still prepared to furnish Lawn Goods at prices Camp, vibited relaiive in the couutf last week. that sire a revelation. sisMiss Uessie McGinn visited such Furniture heart) Dr. Moss Gibson has returned from a visit of teveral weeks to relatives in Just Four-foo- t a Hint. 35 50 25 00 Settees, .$2 color am Double Rockers, - 4 (two persons). . . Larre Rockers, (.the $3.00 kind) Steiimer Chitirs Si 50 to 3 from Lackey. Miss Margaretta Smith returned Saturday from a visit to friends iu ter, Mrs. J no. It. Pates, several dajs lat week. Mis. W- - W. Williamson, and daugh ter, of Carlisle, are visiting Mrs. James her C 6T.e3u0e.T$s - tu rally anxious to close sill the old numbers. AVe have about 10 or 12 odd Chairs that ou can bm for half price. Of our invoice, we are na- - out Winchester. Messrs. James and William Stone wore up from Frankfort Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Ixos, ionnerly a student of Madison Institute, is the guest of Miss Alice Lloyd. Mrs. Nancy Moberley and nies-e- . Miss Geneva Moberley are visiting friends in Lexington. Sheriff Stephen Daniel and James West, of Irvine, were in this city Thursday. Miss Sara Marclmll, of Richmond, is a piest of Mrs. B. . Protoet. Harrods-bur- g is spending the summer William Irvine. Mr. J. A. Boll, of Democrat-Miss Fannie Shelby, of Lexington, with Mis. 4 if here shaking nanus witli mentis and acquaintances last week. That prices here are guar Mr. George D. White, of Whites anteed the lowest: that Station, returned Monday frour athree every purchase is mnde weeks visit to Cincinnati. 3Ifs Bettie Taylor is spending seversatisfactory. al weeks with Misses Ettie Taylor and Behsie Lyle at Pine Grove. Miss Fanny Parrish, of Columbus, For Hammooks. Ohio, is the guest of her sister, Mr.c. .e G- - vv. Pickels, ou Third stieet. After a 'delightful vNit to Mrs. T. E. reBaldwin, Mrs. Harriet Wagner Cvhifis, Mig.nloK. turned to her home iu New York.has Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rice, of Stanford, are visiting the formers' hick mother at the home of her son, Judge II. C. Rice. Mr. T. J. Smith, who is sojouning at Lockbridge Springs, writes that it is a delightful place and that he is improving in health. Rijv. Dr. MacGregor, who go success fnlly conducted a series of meeting at Main and jjroadway, the baptist church,! returned to his Lexington, Ky. jI boras Thmeday.DoHglhg, Jthodes Shack-"Messrs Zona jU-l- y Huntington, was h hm Uil !U rower&Co ij ( , The penciler in Danville Advocate thus sums up Madison, her people and Call in and see our line of goods reduced in price before you buy. her ways: There is a cohesion, a sticktivity, We will save you money. about Madison folk, that you seldom find anywhere else. If the devil himCome early to get the first selection of beauself could trace his nativity to Madison, Respectfully, tiful RUGS. there could be a causus in Richmond on judgment day to determine which Nil' RICHMOND, route to take. Rice. KENTUCKY. Wallace No matter, therefore, where you find a man from Madison, he is for his ft- county over any State in the union If he be a resident of Colorado, the first thing he seeks for any candidate, from constable to President, is whether or 5 not he is from Madison or kin to any Madison man. McKee's Old Stand. And so it has been this week. The boys from the Silver Creek region buttonholed the delegates from the smaller portion of the district and endeavored to show them the error of their opposition tn McCrearv. Hon. Wr. B. Smith, of Madison, was circulating among the delegates. Arrested For Striking His Father. ' Col. Smith has a good deal of fence "Win. Garrison was arrested Friday building to do these days and he is niorninc by Dupty Sheriff Terrill, on a making hay while the sun shines. warrant charging him with assaulting y He led the field on the Bryan elector- bis AV. Garrison. In a quarfather, 'al ticket in Kentucky and now thinks rel about aJ. week ago between the elder of running for Governor. Col. Smith is son, which is said to quite a distinguished looking gentle- Garrison and histhe contemplated marman, although his gray hairs might have been over William make a target for the more vouthful riage of the old gentleman. a hoe. Garrison aspirants, who would claim tfiat he is inflicting struck his lathei with a painful wound. Garrison loo old; but he's not. He looks like a examination and was allowed 3v5Y'VVy comprsito photograph of Dr. Lapsley waved the sum of S.00. His trial will IT bail and Rev. Miles Saunders. He is as comein next Monday. ntvi"5"V,L up 'V4 ; neat as a pin, from his highly polished W. B. Smith Will Decide in Twenty Days. and aristocratic boot to the tie of his cravat. is responsible The Courier-Joiunelford, l.hncr Peathcrage. Charlie It is alleged that he employed an incomCol. Smith is a fine lawyer, n shrewd Douglas and Joe Gulnch.ghani spent S petent teacher. The case will be settled manipulator of men, and has financial for the following- article concerning i candidacy for aauuay ai Jesuit spring'. r connections not to be sneezed at. If he Hon. W. li Smith's Misses Eunice and Iouis JIcGuire, determines to go in to win, he will be a Governor ofW. ontucky: of Richmond, Result of a Hon. Geo. G. Gilbert Nominated For Congress. formidable quality m B. Smith, The Hon. and Miss Alhe fctewart, of Red House, Spinal Disease the the convention. says that within the next twenty days The Democratic Convention to nomiFall Abscesses Formed. were guests of Mibs Alhe Morton Owen he will be a nate a caudulate for Congress from this, last week. Winchester Sun. The woman who will admit thatsomo he will announce whether the Eighth District, was called to order other woman's baby is as smart as hor's candidate for the Democratic nominaMrs. Laura Thompson aud daughter, Kentucky Clergyman Reports What tion for Governor. It is probable that at Danville, Tuesday afternoon at two is not to be trusted. W Miss Stella, return to Mt. fcterliug Hood's Sarsaparllla Did. he will run. now that it is certain that o'clock. Dr. T. It Welch, of Jessamine, ' T Monday after a delightful visit to j T The character of flie people who wa nominated for temporary Chairi When we say that wisdom is better Maj.P. P. Johnson, of Lexington, will friends and relatives iu this city. testify to the merits of Hood's Sarapa-rill- a man. Jae. Hamilton, of Garrard, was than riches, we always mean our wis- not bo a candidate. Mr Smith, Mr. P. Miss Bethina McCord, the attracthe Watt Hardin, Senator Goebel and is worthy of consideration. Read elected fcecretary, with Messrs. T, C dom and other people's riches. W. J. Stone are the only voting visitor ol the Misses Cohen, of what a Kentucky clergyman says: Bell, of Mercer, "and Ed. Booth, of AnPark avenue, returned to her home iu The Cloverport Democrat, after a candidates thus far. Mr. Stone is the derson As .iotant Secretaries. A motion " When our little girl was 3 years old was adopted Richmond to day, much to the regret only one that has announced but the that tho Chair appoint ten struggle of a year, has ceased to be of many admirers. Lexington Leader. Bhe fell from o loft and strained her spine. members on each committee, which reothers, except Mr. Smith, are candiA Daviess county farmer realized 324 dates eood and strong. Brown Bince then she has been subject to spinal sulted as follows: A number of voung ladies and gentle is still reticent about his intentions. e disease, and lost tho use ot her limbs. Organization J. A. McBrayer, Jr., bushels of wheat on 8 acres of land. men of JJurgin and vicinity gave a Tuesday eening in honor of the Bhe was very delicate and did not have of Anderson; T W. Bawlings, of Boyle; The woman with a past is always glad Paducah is after a business college Misses Lear and Stanlev, of Nicholas- - much appetite, and abscesses formed on Ike Dunn, Jr., of Garraid; U.S. Perry, to see a man with a present. which is located at Bowling Green. ville. Miss Whitz.n, of Erlanger, the left side of her spine, which discharged of Jessamine; li. C. Warren, of Lin Mi-- s Chenault, of Richmond, and Miss continually and she was obliged to lio on coin; Tevis Cobb, of Madison; W. C. lewi. of Bardstown. Buruin Messen- - her right side all the time. We procured Bell, of Mercer; Dr. Percy Benter, of ;er a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla and she Kockcastle; J. C. Beckham, of Shelby; Col. John R MacLeod and son Ker- - began taking it. The first effect was to Lou P. Brown, of Spencer. Credentials J. li. Paxton. of And.r appetite and enable her to rith, of Louisville, .topped over in give her ancontinued taking it, and now -son; Dr. Ed. Caldwell, of Boyle; J. M. Richmond several hours Monday. sleep. a She 5C is healthy child with the exception Col. MacU'od being receiver of the 11. she her deformity." Rev. B. S. Waiid, Denny, of Garrard; X.. L. Bronaugh, of ot E Carson, of Lincoln; 1'. J. N. I i. 15. raihoad, is going over the Chaplin, Kentucky. Remember H. Sullivan, of Madison; G. D. Thompline inspecting bridges and tresles, "?C -son, of Mercer; C. C. Williams, of with a view of leplaciug new strucT. S. Byers, of Shelby; E. T. tures where everneeded. Is'tlie best In fact the One True Blood I'urlfier. Bridw ell, of Spencer. to Miss Fannie Chandler WiJlcinjr de- . AnderResolutions K S. Iighttully entertained about thirty Hood s Pills cure nausea, Indigestion, son; L. Sharp, of Boyle;Collins, ofOwsley, iuou3.es: a. Price 25c Letcher oung friends at her home ou Main of (iurrani; Letcher bauuders, of Je" ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR street Thnrbdav from 4 to 7 o'clock. M. F. North, of Lincoln; John WW FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, CombiThe time was pleasantly passed iu Shackelford. Mrs J. Speed Smith, samine; WW D. Goodloe, oj Madison; P. W. Hardin, playing games, amoug which the Mrs. W. T. Tevis, Mrs. nations aud Iron ssomething new. RockW. V. J. Donkey Contest was ttie most spirit Mts. John F. White, Mrs. D. Goodloe, of Mercer; M.Scott, Saunders, of W. M. of Shelby; Mary Neale castle; W. ed. MiSb Mary 'Catherine White won Thompson, Mis Clay, Miss Sarah Black, of Spencer. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever first prize and Miss Mattie Duncan Shackelford, Miss Anue Bennett, In the report of the Committee on Miss ever exhibited in Richmond. && second. Helen Bennett, Miss White, Miss Walk- Organization was the following: "Touch, Mrs. J. S. C. IJronaugh is entertain er, Miss Hoone. of Ixiuisville; Messrs ing the question of diopping any candi9" CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties in. .or. ing this week the following house par- J. A. SulKvan, W. II. Ntono, Mr. and date at any particular stage of the bal cluding Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. ty. Mrs. F. P. Taylor aud children, Mrs. S.J. Shackelford, of Owensboro; loting, the Committee reserves tlie right .Misses Alice Land, Lida and May Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clay, of Paris; Mr. to report upon this matter at such tune SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. Hughes Frank, Lexington; Claude and and Mis. S. H. Stone, of Frankfort; as directed by the convention." The Muir; Miss Uessie Mr. aud Mis. Louis Hood, of Coving- resolutions were unanimously adopted EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. Spears John Turley Richmond Which is lnown to be the best, all over this ton. as follows: Miss Nannie Heath, of Richmond, Be it Resolved, That we approve the CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash, county and State. who has been spending several weeks call for this Convention. Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e with Mrs. J. li. Embry, is now the Maple our faith Second That we A fine line of O. K. RANGES and COOK guest of relatives in Cincinnati. Jessain the cardinal principles of the Democand Mahogany. President Dr. AVhitsettof the Uaptist mine Journal. STOVES, the most complete line of all Theological Seminary in Louisville has racy as enunciated in the various platMiss Ettie Taylor and the Messrs. resigned his chair in that institution. forms of the Democratic partv, both VERNIS MARTIN These are exact repro- 5-1 class of farm Implements and Shelf &r Taylor entertained Fiiday evening A most bitter war has been State and National, and especially of ductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n .& with a very elegant party at ttieir beau- waged on Professor Whitsett for tlie piatlorm adopted at Chleago in f Hardware in the market ball and made and painted by tiful country home, "Sunny Side," at two years, because he said that tho and our confidence in the peerless leadership of its nominee, V,. J. Pine Grove, Ky., in honor of Miss Elsie Baptists had not always practiced C We hand See Them. op J$-- : do Chambers, of Brownsville, Tenn., and as baptism. His resignation Bryan. X1S IY Ut Third That we approve as righteous U AiND CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogan3-- , HungaElizabeth Taylor, of Richmond, Ky. will take effect at the end of tho term li. our present war, waged in the and just The house was profusely decorated in 1S99. rian Ash, Bird's-E3- e Maple, Oak and Ash. cause of humanity, and pledge to its with cut flowers and blooming plants, prosecution our earnest sympathy and and the lawn was brilliantly illuminatROCKERS From 60a to $15.00. support. ed. An orchestra furnished inspiring Fourth That our army and navy, music and dancing was enjoyed until a DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. Boirox To the wile of Mr. William now illustrating the strength, courage Co., lato hours. Refteshments of cooling Bolton, on Saturday, a girl. and patriotism bom of our free instituices were served during the drinks and MORRIS CHAIRS $1.75 to $1S.00. Hall To the wife of Sampson Hall, tions, is cause for a national congratue ening. Lexington leader, July 17. of Caleast, last week, a fine boy. lation and patriotic pride in the heart Successors to Shackelford . Gentry, Mr. Clarence E. Woods, associate Ammermax To the wife of Thos of every American citizen. editor or the Climax, left for Atlanta We are too busy to give a fall list of our immense Richmond, Ky. In brief speeches the candidates were stock, but assure you that anything you may need on Saturday to attend the Ninth Grand Anwiierman. on last Thursday, a fine you can find at our new quarters. girl baby. nominated as follows: li. A.Crutcher, Chapter of the Sigma Nu Fraternity, Hazelwood To the wife of Palestine of Jessamine, by Hon. J. V. Mitchell; of which he has been for four years Grand Recorder and Editor, the most re- Hazelwood, on Friday, twin boys, J. B. McOrearj, of Madison, by Hon. P. H. Sullivan; J. B. Thompson, of sponsible position iu the gilt of the or- weighing six pounds each. .Mercer, bv Hon. P. W. Hardin ; Cr. G. der. He is anxious to be but Gilberr, of Shelby, by Hon J. 0. BeckDAY TELEPHOrE T6. fears that the good fortne which has folham. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. lowed him in two contests will for There being no seconding speeches vswyf-.Tr-- a . sake him this time. However, he does Bviiee At her home on East Main the first ballot was taken and resulted )?y.-'-?-not lack for backing in his race, for he Street, Monday, July 18th, 189S, Mrs. has tiie support ot many of the best Charles Bybee, of a complication of as follows : 043, When in the City Make Your McCreary Gilbert 54, Thompson men in the fraternity. Among the aged about thirty years. A aentuckians who will go to Atlanta to diseases, and several children survive. 23, Crutcher 14 Boyle cast bix votes Headquarters With husband for Gilbert and six for Thompson on support Mr. Woods in his race are Bowman At the home of her first ballot The Convention men adCampbeils-villJ. Robert Riggs, of km E. F. Edwards, in Estill county, journed until 8 p. m. Rev. J. Robert Boatman, of Saturday July 10, 189S, Mrs. Amanda At the night session only four ballots Cabell 11. Chenault and Thos. II. Pickels, of this citv. It is needless to Bowman, of rheumatism, aged 49 years. were taken, and upon motion, the Consay that Mr. Woods lias the best wishes Burial in Cox burying uround Sunday. vention adjourned until Wednesday ni3 morning at nine o'clock, without any of all his other Richmond friends. Deceased leaves eight children. CuAnky At his home near Rice change in the casting of ballots. Some idea of the scope of the oiKce On Wednesday morning the ballothe holds may be gained from the Station, Saturday July 1(5, 1898, H. B. years. ing remained the same until the 4lst fact that he publishes a handsomely Chaney, aged beventy-thre- e Not for war, but to join our army of illustrated quarterly magazine of 150 Deceased was a member of the Baptist ballot, when Jessamine cast seven customers. We are now offering many votes for McCreary and seven for GilChurch, a kind father aud good neighpages, keeps the records of forty-od- d great bargains in Corsets, Black and lodges scattered from Vermont to Cali- bor. He leaves seven children, among bert. Boyle casting twelve votes for fornia, and has charge of the funds of whom isMrs. G. F. Edwards, of College Gilbert and Mercer 17; the .nomination Colored Dress Goods. of G. G. Gilbert was made unanimous. the fraternity, of which the Madison Hill. The candidates woie then escorted to Bank is the Depository, reNational Pakks At Lexington, Sundav, July ceiving on an average ot $50.00 per 17, 189S, Mr. Robert J. Parks aged C the hall aud made speeches, pledging w eek. years. Deceased bad been an invalid their support to the nominee. The reception given last Tuesday for more than a year and his death was Murray has ESTABLISHED night by Hon. John D. Harris and wife, not a surprise. Funeral services yes- tertainment. a new sort of social enIt is called "progressive" terday morning, tbenco his burial in in honor of Mr. J. Stouo Walker and bride, was indeed a compliment to be the Lexington Cemetery. Mr. Park was nonsense. proud of, and the allatr which was a brother of Mrs. Mary "Duncan, of this 5 Our line of Wash Goods is complete and theswellestof the season will belong city, and Kit Park, of Speedwell. Awarded remembered by all who attended. Stockton At the home of bcr at prices. Blvthewood, Highest Honors World's Fair, the beautiful country E. B. Hume; on Lancaster Aveof the Harris', never looked nue, Priday, July 15, 1893, Mrs. Mary home lovlier than on this occasion, the C. Stockton, widow of Edmund StockMonuM.nts, Tombs, Statuary and and grounds being a. network of colored ton, after a protracted illness of several lights. Tho scene indoois was oven weeks, aged DeceasAmerica Marble Granite. more beautiful; the parlor, library and ed had been in poor health for several dinning room were tastily decorated years owing to her advanced nge, and iris with palms cut flower, and poUed while her death is a to the comif plants. 'Iho guests were recehed in munity it was not unexpected. She was the west parlor, the host and hostests a member of tho First Presbyterian r " So when von" visit tTia Cit.ir usr. v foil f GXJl r Jmi'f. being assisted iu receiving by Mr. and Church, and after funeral services Ty iw v. l Mrs J. Stone Walker, Mr.und Mrs. C the pastor, Rev. Jasper K. Smith, her ..roll your name on ourvroster to fight liigh priea .M.Clay, Mrs S. H. Stone. Those remains were laid to rest in the Richnc-wipeg: " , present were Col. aud Mrs. L Shelby mond Cemetery. Two children, It. C. tect you in every purchase, large or small. Irvine, Judge aud Mrs. T. J Sctt, Mr. Stockton and Mrs. E. B.'iluine, surT hose who g.efeotem1tinr Wibj? Marble, Granite, cr kin.l of and Mrs. T. 1). Chenault, Sr., 31r. and vive her. In this sad hour of bereaveto theie CeinrjrWork, to call at tl oW smn.l in the rear Hanger, Mr. and Mrs. ment the family have the syninathyof Mrs. H. B. of th M. S. ObHreb p lrnm StrwKwIre they wiH Kmi coHSttuUly e hand , Mr. and a liost of friends. Thomas D. Chenault, lrolH'at Prices to witallokwees of Mrs. T- - J. Smith, Jr., Col. and Mrs. C. li.9:8...-!- . flllw? lb fa Central Accused of Malfeasance. X5fL D. Chenault, Mr. and Mrs. B. 3. Clay, one!t i.i . i . tr Dr. and Mrs L. H. Blanton, Rov. and Grin-teaThe esse against J. P. one "-Jt 'MOST JEiFEC MADE.A T VBK. T WWIBUGe MMNHH.'WrilP ' Mrs. W. li. JLloyd, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. of the Trustees of the Bvbeetown Public .t ,0 , wbteh - v !!! S uwiiLwnw. ." 0 Miller, lr. and Mrs. T. S. Burnain School, 'is being tried 'before Shparin A pure Grape Cream.of Tartar Powoer.:! Fiw Mr. and Mrs; Kuper 'Hood, Mr. c&nd tMideftt Waoers. The cbrra-4ar:in- ' from Ammonu,"itnioLrty other aduK ferant, P ATROHAGE EKSCfSb Mrs. D. li. Shacirelforu, Mrs. JaueT, i Mr. GflLUsteatLis malfeikMitee'm office, 40 YE.VI( TH STAIIOAIU)- .- ' I insist upon pulling the cork. "No, no, Schley, please let me pull it. I expected this would be bottled up before long, and I've had a new corkscrew make expressly for this occasion." "Now, boys," quietly put in Uncle Sam, who was the guest of honor of the occasion, "you've both of j ou got a pretty good pull, and I haven't lost my whole pull yet, either, so what do you say to all three of us pulling together?" "All right, Uncle Sam, let "cr go, but look out that the cork don't hit you." "Well, drawled Uncle Sam. "if I thought there was any danger or my getting hit, I'd take a hatfhet and KNOCK the neck of the darned thing on, but I don't want to e caUed a knocker." can This only goes to shows that Uncle Sam, and Uncle Sam's-so- n Schley the enemy easily enough, but the question is whether to smash the bottle or SAVE IT TO USE AGAIN. That's all right, to figure on saving when a thing runs up into millions, and Spain's fleet WOULD be a pretty good addition to our nay; but the place to goto save money on SJioes for Ladles', Gentlemen, Misses and Children's is Orchard where he has leased the hotel property there for thirty days lrom August 1st, for the accommodation and s pleasure of tho great gathering of that are expected to pour in from tho four quarters of the earth. The General, who has been the active prime mover in tho family reunion, says that a multitude of letters has NM reach him from nearly every Stnto iu the Union from Maine to Mississippi and he expects fully five hundred people to be pieseut. Among other forms of amusement he has planned is a colossal surprise party, in tlie way of a fox hunt, that be thinks will be a ft rouser to all the old fellows iu whose veins the Gentry blood courses. After all the guests retire at the termination of the big opening ball, General Gentry proposes to have a iresh fox skin trailed all over the place, through the grounds, over the porches, under the windows and then circling out lor miles away. When every male uentry has turned over on his bed to dream of youthful sports of the past, the Gener al expects to liberate one hundred hounds ou the fresh track of the fox, right in the main court of the hotel. Every mio of the Gentry kith and kin, at the familiar and charming sounds of d bay, will rush the hounds' to the scene, without going through the formality of putting on his top clothes, and as they gather there on the SSu porches, so many charmed ghosts, the mad chase will go on until tho crack of day drives tho company indoors. The Hon. John D. Harris has also extended an invitation to the company to visit his mngnificent 3,000 acre farm and partake of a great barbecuegiven in their honor, aud the days will be filled with such pleasant events for tho Gen-traud their kith and kin. Gen-try- The Lexington Leader says: General Gentry has just returned from Crab mW $ n fc v n ! m $ &: GRASP THE OPPORTUNITY NOW AND COME TO SEE i Jz J :: : sw s$ &jl .,: r f? :.: s m SPECIAL 9migaggKgKrJyFjKXK3IKBKKtKKSP3 We place on sale w vaz FOR THIS WEEK! at 9 o'clock a beautiful line of Moquette The greatest bargains ever offered. aud Smyner Rugs. Moquette Eugs, 3 ft. long, for 75cts. Moquette Eugs, 5 ft. 4 in, long,' for 82.25. Moquette Bugs, 6 ft, long, always 85 for 83.50. Our line of Smyner Rugs is also beautiful. Call and see them and ret first choice. Also during these daj--s we will offer at SPECIAL LOW PRICES on our entire stock of Dress Goods, Muslins, Ginghams and Prints at prices so low that will enable all to buy a great deal with very little money. Have also just received from the city a line of Fancy Silkotines for skirts at lcts. a yd. Our line of Table Oilcloths caunot be equaled. We carry a full stock in all colors. We are also closing out our stock of Ladies' Oxfords at cost. a . deep-tone- ys Madison Sticking Qualities as Viewed The "Penciler." by ii(f IrSSvl See What 49cls Buy. iiiQjZrpQJWVJWJVW?'Z rthwrt Ladies' Patent Leather Tip Oxfords, worth SI 00 Ladies 'Oxfords, brown tan or black, worth 1.25. Misses' Slippers, bows to match, worth S1.00. I McKee 0 Company At ,l Szl 'mmm B & O . - s yrPl'l'P xPJ$MI &e al j WOHClGrtU UUTB 4& - to-da- J . imDduiiuureaHUuriHj 2BUT i - n ---sir Ex-Go- hay-rid- Biggerstaff ead What we Have Show TOttmwimmw.. D, Jes-amin- e; good's Sarsaparllla B, & Oldham. 5$ 1 5$ Shackelford Co Hock-castl- e; g Capital Wagons, it 402 5f YrU,n,,TAPl. Wu9 w Cl,,v WW f RELIGIOUS. 18-- 0, are prepared to the best class BIRTHS Sill UH I W 5$ 8 DEATHS. mmf?M?M?7 fHiiwi uvw-.mw- .r & & 4m & toil 33 Jpap 3t (didj3.. i.ku.iki:ii Pro-fej-- er VOUINTFFRS WANTED! e, son-in-la- Cor-bii- i, 1 PS ladison Monumental Works 1863. :mm GGERSTAFF - DHAM J5 ! HI GOODS son-in-la- w, m M JAMES T. HAMILTON, Heaistms, most-attractiv- "Proprietor. Ftreifi e 6ixty-niiiyear- 3. xMCtt Fr L In Organdies, Lawns and Dress .Linens we lead the town" LCAAA. -- aid Col-an- CREAM ,. d Jr BAKING POWWR ... ... PIJiB WOfeK A SPECIALTY. ay ..cnin.i u d. -d White -- &- Gibson, .- : il iatrrT "- T"-- -- wJ:' Ttt. nr.: B-if.7 r ti-i- . , 4 .! 3 ' JJ Ui. -- 3- - . t ' - '" ' -'- rOft . 1. - 3.,TTrf.arPrr!t mh!ii t mff1 -w-- rf'. L- - -" l) s p ir- v BtiflW 5?r,p W3P"1'- - '. - - --- .. Stimulate the Stomach, rouse the liver, cure biliousness, headache, dizziness, sour etc. stomach, constipation, Price 15 cents, sold by all (IruRKisti. The only Mils to take with Hood's Sarsapafllla. Pills 7I 71R I g 111 In Hungnry whisky is distilled from turnips, maize, potatoes and molasses. K I I' "d I BAK-GAIN- S If x ples, vou or f x TUr AAlflflllC nihil ? t Nft' Not with Torpedoes, Submarine Mines and Deadly Shells, but with in every Department in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. In Men's, Boy's and Youth's Shoes, . ' In STRAW HATS and Gent's Furnishings. ' -- k suffer from sores, boils, pimyour nerves are weak and your system run down, you should take Hood's Sarsararilla. It if 40 On a average, every woman carries to 60 miles of hair upon her head A Strong Nation Consists of strong men and healthy women, and health ami strength depend upon pure, rich blood which is given by Hood's Sarsaparilla. A nation which takes millions of bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla every vear is laying the foundation for health, the wisdom of which will surely show itself in years to come. are prompt, eillcicnt, al ways reliable, easy to take, easy to It iperate. 25c. ' ' " The body of a man weighing 151 pounds contains 4G quarts of water. fcick headache, bilioune&s, constipation and all liver and stomach troubles can be quickly cured by using those famous little pills known as DeWitt's Little Earlv Risers. They are pleasant to take and never gripe. Douglas & Hood's Pills BXGHM03TO, MT. p p " STEBLXM AID GEOE&ETOWIT COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF TIIE CSSPIt will pay 3tou to examine our goods and get our PRICES'before buying elsewhere. ;$rStyle, Quality and Price Guaranteed. 207 WEST MAIN Nig Met in caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of Wash Fabrics ever held in the Blue Grass Regions of Old Kentucky. Wines. Wheat is selling at 70 cents per bushel at Owensboro. Not a single item in our entire wash goods stock will be saved out of tais great sale ; thev must all go. This sale will last for 10 days and each and every item sold during the 10 days out of any our Stores, will be for cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we cany to correspond with the Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. STREET, RICHMOND, KY. 1 CUBAN OIL cures Planters Cut, Burn, Braises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, WRTRS Ml M Nli l K R g w K assc-A V & "- K" 9' Ml' - tf' B Ml g tf MJ 8 8 Sold bv Perry & Thomas, cuccessors to W. Q. White. 25 cents. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. 3 CLY 20, 189S. be leceived c by THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g 2 antec that its circulation exceeds J O that of any other paper published C C o in Richmond. o Advertisements 3 111 C O C Dr. Hobson, Dentist. The best smoker, the Tractor Knott ciunr. Let Midkill paint and trim your lnatll-Gincarriage. The state favorite, the Proctor Knott cigar. Seventy-twcents is being paid for wheat in Bourbon. & Co.'s ad. They are Head offering great bargains. o o Mi-Ke- e er cuu lit v. at Chicago Thurbday. Mr. John XoLuid has secured the public school at Allenville, Clark Itilev Graniion won 7,000 on JJoan Oreat bargains offered in McKee & Co.'o ad. iu this isMiu. Head and profit thereby. Come and see what a gootl suit you can get for a little nioncv Covington & Mitchell. bee Midkiff'6 lino of bu you buy. All work guaranteed. mav Pirnicat Maloiy Springs Owen Walker's band will furnish the music. Everybody invited. A grand State Fair will be held in Lexington in August, with prize- aggregating several thousand dollars. o - Proctor Knott Cigar. At a trial at Brownsville, over a mare worth $25, which was sold eleven jears oco and is still living, ninety-fou- r witnesses have testified. Superintendent of Public Instruction, Davison, has fixed the per cauita foi common school cluldien of thebtate at $2 :0, an increase of ten cents over last ear. A Lexington paper eajs the wheat crop in Fayette county is like some young men there. I lie lieaiis 01 the wheat are large enougli out mere is nothing m them. S. B. AVhite has letired from the grocery firm of Higgins, White & Ellis. Messrs. Higgins & Ellis will continue the business. Mr. White is in the grain, coal and produce business. Nothing to be had when it comes to style, workmanship and qualities in me.i's shoes, both tans and patent leath ers. All go at the Great Slaughter in Prices. Covington & Mitchell. Rev. David M. Sweets, of Louisville, who i 'well known here, having married Miss Bessie McDowell, of this ciiy, has Ihjcii called to the pastorate of the Southern I'ltsbyteiian Chuich at Shelbyvillf, Ky. The temperance people experienced no difficulty in securing the required number ot petitioners for the loial option election. Tne petitions have been tiled with County Judge Sullivan, and September 13th is set as the day fi,r taking the vote. For Sale. One Woman's Word mam "I consider Ayer's Pills the best ia the world." Mrs. A. C WESTON, 29 Pearl St., Laconia, N, H. The Chief Burgess of Milesburg, Pa.. says DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the best pills he ever used in his family during forty years of house keeping. They cure constipation, sick headache and stomach and liver troubles. Small in size but great in results. Douglas & Wines. The Cloverport of Hopkins county have on deposit iu Madisonville the snug sum of $435,29S 54. How much business can a man do w hose system is in a state of disorder? Headache is only a svmptom It is not a dise.ise. The pain in the head is the sign of rebellion. There have been mistakes in diet and other abuses. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets aro a invig-orato- Let us figure with you to furnish the paint and paper and paint and W WV mmms - mV at 3 cents per yard, former price One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out 5 cents. Si- - y V patterns to close at Sic per yard, former price We have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c paper All Women's nam Disbanded. sheep and 200 head of cattle for sale, at low prices. Address, Fraxk Rook, jy20-- tf Merneita, (ia. I have 2,000 Joe McDowell Located. report from Irvine sas that Joe McDowell, the defauhingcashier of the Estill ounty Deposit Bank, has been located and can be biotight back at any time if a reward of five hundred dollars is secured A C A I have tin best and wagon on tin market. iiuivll-Cmo chenptt road 1 Hrrla.--t Wednesday night. LjssSiU.CO , S. L. MiDKiFi'. n u mice $5,000. The lire llliiminaieu The Clark Comity Fiscal Court has the heavens and was visible from any pun based the Pans turnpike for ?5,f00. point in Itichuioud. Tlii-- . is the hurt toll roid the comity. 180S. Pocket Book Lost. STATE OF KENTUCKY,-"- ! Set. A pocket book containing one note U'e callspetial attention toourline Countv of Madison. J for $700 and teveral small notes and reof mid pants, large selection at a great I, Jno. F. White, Clei k of the County ceipt was lost between Foxtown on the Court and county aforesaid certify that 63criilce in price Covington & Mitch- Lexington pike and three miles east an order as aptrue copy" of ell. the Irvine pike. Finder will leturn this a in inv olllce. above pears Given under inv hand this 22nd day Our Booneoboro correspondent in- same to this otiice ami receive reward. jy20-- tf forms the Cijm.w that the prospects in of June, 185)8 JNO. F. AVHITE, c. m. c c. Colored Recruits. his vicinity for a irood coin crop is brighter than lists been for years. ie29-- it Out of seventeen colored applicants cavalOn account of Camp Meeting at for service ir. the Tenth colored Eight houses and the Episopal at McPhearsou, High Bridge next Sundav the 11. X I. ry, now located Those accep'ed Ga., Church burned at Ashland, causing toonly live passed. weie: tal loss estimated at 525,000 to $30,000. & 15. will 11111 an excursion, leaving Chailes Irvine Richmond ai 8:30. One Dol'ar round Vulcan James E.Jesse Adams,"Kooch" Miller and Parkes, A Child Knjoys trip. White. The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and now a full line of I have on hands Farm For Sale. soothing effect'of Syrup of Figs, when high grade buggies, carriages and road I wish to sell privately my farm of in need of a laxative, and if the father w agons at lowest prices. 70 acres, located on Himer's Fork of or mother he costive or bilious, the S. L. Midkikf. mayll-CinOtter Creek, 5 miles from Richmond. most gratifying results follow its use; Twenty-fiv- e acres of this land is in corn so that it is the best family remedy resume her and 45 acres in grawj. For fuither par- known and every family should have Mrs. Williamson will a bottle. Manufactured by the CaliPrivate School oa Seventh street the ticulars call on or addrets. Wm Riley, fornia Fig Syrup Co. first Monday in September and would jyOO-lWhite Hall, Ky. your patronage be grateful for Richard Wilson, of Chillicothe, Ohio, and School Trustees. june. To Tcacht-srbroke the record by eating five dozen eggs in five minutes. You are herebv netified that the boiled There never was sold iu Richmond Splendid Success as good clothiiiir, shoes, hats, shirts, etc., Teachers Institute for white teachers Ky., beginin will as we are daily telling. Xo fake but a ning Monday, Richmond, had in case of colic, diarAugust 1st, 1S9S, and has been bonafinesale to make room for the continue live days. Institute for color- rhoea, etc, by using Dr. Caldwell's builders. Covington & Mitchell. ed teachers will be held at same place Syrup Pepsin. As aishousehold remedy for such troubles il invaluable. Buy. beginning Monday August 8th. George Sebstiu, aged about thirty-fiva 10c trial bottle and you are bound to V. Wagbks, Co , Supt. J. of the Paint X.irk locality, wa6 be convinced. To be had of B. L. julyG-lSnakes Killed Before Breakfast. Middelton r stricken very ill suddenly while in Paint with apoplexy lick lastinWednpsday hours after being Mr. Charles Sopher informs the Harry Gibson, of New Albany, was about two and died Climax that his children killed ninety-fo- hanged in Mississippi City, Miss., ior carried home. buakes Saturday morning before murder. be an Leigh R. Gordon, of Lexington, breakfast. AVliile this seems to would Dr. The editor of the Evans City, Pa., Valley View, to practice unusual number of reptiles, weeracity has located at not for a moment question the his profession. Dr. Gordon is a gradu- of Mr. Sopher; but would add that the Globe, writes. "One Minute Cough ate of Louisville Medical College, and snakes of Dreaming Creek must inherit Cure is rightly named. It cured my a model young man. He is a brother the drousiness the name his home vil- childreu; after all other remedies failed." It cures cough, colds and all of Mrs. B. V. Turner of this- city. lage suggests in order to murder such throat and lung troubles. Douglas & Miss Tenipie Oldham lias moved a number at one time. Wines. her stock of goods for "the months of No Stamps Required. The two sections of the tunnel July and August into the room back of Although wide publication has been throueh the rock of Gibraltar have Schlegel's Hall. Ladies wishing Mil- made through the newspapers of the been joined in the center. linery, notions and underwear, will country, many persons think that it is DIiittAftMUB,AN TEA cures revenue necessary to affix a save money by calling on her. 5 sia,. Constipation and Indi stamp to each postal money order issued julyC-2by the money order postoifices through- gestion. Regulatesthe Liver. Price, 25 cts. is not Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. The Estill County Circuit Court out the land. Such, hoveer, stating adjonrned last week after a two week's the case, the law expressly requiredthat Q. White. on revenue stamps are not heaoion. Tom Dillingham, colored, therethe average duration of life mouey orders, was given two years in the Penitentia- postal purchaser shall but in lieuissuing ofIn India pay the the natives is years, as against 44 ry for criminal assault, and John Harris of the additional fee of two in Britain. postmaster nine mouths for confederating. The cents on eachan order issued. eighty-fiv- e IndictSay! grand jury returned Uh! ments. ' Held Responsible. have you given Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Mr. Adolph Segal has beeu given un- Pepsin a trial? It will cure you of In Mason county, Dr. Paris Wheeler, a Veterinary Surgeon, was called on til July 23 to pay off the rest of his in- your constipation, will correct your have her by Miss Lillie Blancliard toVeterinary debtedness for the purchase of the 11., stomach troubles and make your life X., L and B. Railroad, says the Jessa- worth living. Trial size hottles 10c. dog's ear operated on. The gave the animal chloroform and it died. mine Journal: Although lie has given (10 doses 10c) large bize 50c and $1.00 of july6-lHe sued for S2.f0 forservices and won. a check for $25,000, the balance with B. L. Middelton. She sued for $50 for malpractice and interest will amount to about $240,000 lost. It is understood that Mr. Segal feels The steam power of Great Britain confident that he can pay on" this in- represents the combined strength of W. H. Adams has sold out his coal debtedness within the prescribed time. 1,000,000,000 men. i business to the Pine Knot Coal of business If it is not paid, George dullelle,sell who will continue the Thousands Celebrate Louisville, has been appointed to Coleman Neff trill be associated with the road again after advertising it for With thankfulness their restoration to them, and respisr tfully asks his friends weeks. The upset price of $100,000 the use oi Hood's Sarsaparilla to call on hiin. Olfice in Edward's four been fixed. If the road does not health byof the vast army who have Think building, opposite the R. N. L & B. has sell for enough to pay offthebalanceon been cured by this medicine Depot, Telephone 21. Mr. Segal's bid, Mr. Segal and his suri-tie- s Men, women and children, who have will be compelled to pay off this suffered the eonseqences of impure Dewey Music Company, with The blood, who have been the victims of W. P. Surles as, manager, has rented deficiency. on Second Street, recent- Oldham Bros., & Co. Will Occupy The Enlire scrofula sores, eruptions, dyspepsia, the Ftore-roonervousness, sleeplessness. ly occupied by D. Cheuault & Co. First Floor of Ths Masonic Temple. They have tried others medicines Thev will earn' in stock an Immense &C.o. closed a contract Oldham line'of Pianos and Organs, Machines, yesterday Bros.Mrs E. S. Apperson and have failed to obtain relief. They with Hood's Sarsaparilla and etc. Mr. 0. U. Bre.wer has been em- for a term of years lease on the entire tried good. They pcrservetl iu it did its use them Company as salesman. ployed by the of the Masonic Temple and. and it accomplished permanent cures. September 1st. Do you wonder that they praise it and The Madison County Hoard of will occupy same about firm can july!3-lni- . Directors of tne Hurst Home Insurance By getting this building this one floor. recommend it tq'you? Madison have all of their g&ois on Company will meet at t'ie between the Spaniard reliable to be called Xationa: Bank 3n Thuredny, the 23' h There-i- a of which, together inst , to look nftir the Couipaniea inter- twi rooms, both the" building'will be to militarverVice on .attaining 20 yeans with the front of of age. est in the countv; also i select and attractive e Annual General fixed up In an n hustling "X tlnnk,leWitt's ."Witch jfassel Meeting at Millersburg. Ky., August manuer. The qualities of the proprietors of the Busy Salve Is the" finest preparation - on" the TUTa Company has 9th and lutb. writes- Jolia'Cy 'piles.1' that they in this county for the past seven Bee Cash Store IS a siwmatee things j'n market91for WM&inft W. Va. TryJtnd Dunnl boom asHhey ,fii, TFilld Tears, trivinsr Brotection-aain- It will tMwfc 8ms h'htniBrand wiad lor about fifty oeuts their Use wb Uy V iatoaheic you WHl JMl WM HWWWI. hHS ifiBHrarioe, w kiefi boaaaiag it eouodkK and kaudftAiMMW qww-teper $iee Mt. to be vry pofHUW jwnwy 111 Sou's, The Planning Mill $20,000 Blaze at Winchester. of II. P. Seol.er .V Vmcheter, was destroyed ny r gentle, effective renovator and of stomach, liver and bowels. Mr. S. B. White has disbanded his base ball team, owing ti the poor pa- They assist nature without threatening tronage received and the trouble expe- to tear the oody There rienced in organizing satisfactorily are no griping pains, nausea. One is a laxative. dates with outside teams. A nook of 1003 pages, profusely il Madison County Fiscal Ccurl. lustrated, written by Dr R V. Pierce, In Re calling iu R. J. I. & B. railroad called "The People's Common Sense bonds of Madison county, Ky., and is- Medical Adviser." will be sent free for stamps to cover cost of suing and selling new Madison county 21 mailing only. World's Dispensary bonds to pay for same. Medical Association, Xo. G03 Main It The question of calling the Rich- Street, Buffalo. X.Y. mond, Xicholasville, Ir iue and In some pattsof Afiica slaves are still liailroad Bonds of Madison county, Ky., and of issuing and substi- the basis of all financial reckoning. tuting therefor new bonds of said county, having been submitted to this Tetter, anti Uczcma. court, and it appearing that the said The intense il shing and smarting inci- R X. I. & 11. bonds ai e now subject to call having been issued prior to Sep- lent to these diseases is instantly allayed tember 23, 1801, and the court being of ly applying CLamberlain's Eye and the opinion that considerable money Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases may be saved to Madison county, Ky , have been psrmaEcnlly cured by it. It by "such action, it h ios ordered that 's equally efficient for itching piles and favorite remedy for sore nipples; this court will on August 1st, 18'JS, call chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites in all of the said R. X. 1 & 15. Madison county bonds and will on said August rad chi onic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box. 1st, 1S9S, order that new bonds on MadDr. Cadj's Condition Powders, are ison county, Ky., be issued andsold and the proceeds of the sale of same be just what a horse needs when in bad to the payment of the old bonds thus condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but called in. medicine Notice of this court's contemplated horso in and the best in use to put a prime action in this bond matter as above set jents per package.condition. Price 25 out is ordered to be given by the publication of a copy of this entire order in the columns of the Kentucky Register and iu the columns of the Richmond Climax in their weekly issues for four consecutive issues of each of said pa pei.N, and bv printed posters poted ai the must public places in each voting precinct of Madison county, Ky., for at lfast thirtv days before said August 1st, piece-meal. oue-ceBeat-tyvil- lo S.ilt-Khcum amount of money it will cost you, will be so small that you will be astonished. Room papers from two to four dollars in heat papers well put on. We have a number of skilled painters and paper hangers that work lor us only, emplo3red by the year. SxlO Picture Frame, complete, 2oc. 6 ft. Felt Shade on spring roller readv to hang 10c. Cloth Shades 30c. Small can Paint 13c, all colors. A Good Mixed Paint $1.10 per gallon. Gold Paint with Brush 15c. Wall Paper 3, 4 and 3c. Gilts Gc. car-loa- d house, your the We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for 1,000 pieces of Dimitj in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up between our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from tHc to 8c per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12 to 18c per Our entire line of A jour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be sold in this sale at Sc per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. We have recently added toourline of im-- F$r 1 in Philadelphia. You should call and see them, we handle everything in the line of Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints Brushes, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, Artist and Painters supplies generaOy. Stock the largest and prices the lowest. A of Wall Papers iust received from one of the largest Wall Paper Factories ported French Organdies about SOO new styles and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the fine patterns includod at 19c per yard, former price 25c to 35c Come early to get choice. AH our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and Machineinade Torchon Laces, Hamburus and Embroideries of all kinds, Paris .Mulls, Sw isses, White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close the entire lot. Prices on all other lines of goods we carry including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, Notions, Shoes, etc., iiave been made so low in this sale that each and every item purchased will be a bargain You can't go wrong hero. ryp- ! a s3 e3 CD mi Remember, prices name! oh our entire stock of goods for 10 days during this sale will be CASH DOW X w hen good are delivered, at all our stores. Xow is the time to enlist as a customer-Ware Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry to make this the greatest sale we ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to attend. e jra i ' We did not intend to hold thi.-- sale when we began giving tickets on our handsome Medahon Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale nevertheless. So come early and avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. N.i muni"!1 v Own Aim.- V n W oSpP 'Sr ; GEO.M. WILLGING, aprC-t- f rh 209 W. Main St., Richmond, Ky. - o m m s The time of year has arrived that we inaugurate A GEEAT CLE ARANCE SALE. Every dollars worth of goods in our house must be so'd. Uur prices will make them go. neati careiuuy, u win De money saveu Dy aomg so. p he-hel- d H e, Read Our Prices. 4- -f M-- Ninety-Fou- m ur f f4 - $04 two-ce- nt Dyspep-fidftiV- E m iraj 2-- 1 m Com-pan- v, Our $5.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price . Our $0.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $8.00 Men's Suits,' Clearance Sale Price Our 0 Men's Suits. Clearance Sale Price. Our $10 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $12 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price ....... f Our $15 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price. . . Our $18 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale'Priee ATnn'p Cinfo nioornnoo Solo Pripp r o: " UU1- QO XUUU lvioii o uuiuoj vxv.im..w . tju xoung Men's ouits, Clearance oaie rrae Our Our $7 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $8 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $10 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price . Our $1 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance SalePrice Our $1.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $2 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance, Sale Price Our $2.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price-- . Our $3 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price . . . . Price.-Our $3.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale .' Our $4 Knee PanJfSuits, Clearance Sale Price; IU uents ior a .Button. $1 For a Rip Pants, Dutchess make". Our $2 Dutchess Men!s Pants, Clearance Sale Price Our $2.50 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale P,riee . - ..,..$ .". ". . . 50 50 00 75 7 25 9 11 13 --- Our $3 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price Our $3.50 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price Our $4 Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price Our $4.50 Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price Our $1.25 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $1.50 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $1.75 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $2 Men s Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $2.25 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price. Our $3 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price.. .. Our $3.50 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price. Ouc $4 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $5 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price ' $ 2 15 2 40 3 3 "0 1 1 1 & 0 1 2 65 Rp3 to j V. "-- t .- '. 3 a 4 50 5 50 00 7' 25 75 1 15 1 50 1 75 2 15 2 25 9. 85 1 " M OUR HATS; A$ A A A A A A A r "5B Tr A A A 50 Straw Hat . 73 Straw Hat . 1 00 Straw Hat 1 25 Straw Hat . 1 50 Straw Hat . 1 00 Fur Hat . 1 25 Fur Hat . . 1 50 Fur Hat . 1 75 Fur Hat . 2 50 Fur Hat . 3 00 Stiff Hat . . . . GENTS' FURINISHIINOS. A Good Linen Collar iVGood Pair of Sox 50 Cent Neck Wear 25 Cent Neck Wear , '. . . 10c Sic 3Sc jail 1 1 o0 1 7o A Large line of Wash Ties Negligee Shirts at , 20c 5c 45c . . fe?i Everything in our house goes at this Clearance Sale. We want to sell the goods. Prices no object, as indicated by our quotations. Give us a ioolS No old goodsevevything fresh m m ana new q- - MM first-flo- or s large-archw- ay m I rj !. ts W Iworep-resentativc- a- r. 9M ' ikttw - r Hr CI j . --; bbB: H " v fLW H 11 mw. J LvXWW i M " Mr mm - ,1 Ltttttttttttw r uttttitttttmttw Awwwwwwwxtwwwwwwwm. .HH h A Ba m A B. flB .kttw mttxtw tiLm-cth: . i j l ktttm w if . V Ur-th- well-know- -- SS st sy 4t IH.lWi -- e iy 'Jl 1,1' - M- K Bfii nrt- - i - . ? t si. T- - - r otm. fe. Stiiar8ttBBer, '-- n. - -- if- 1! v Mi t J jcj gtHS HIPWSWT" .c C Mt..ir a Uj' "!, ".P- - ; fc- -- - -- 0 CALL AT sr& H v nh h m r& oprfc k .. V ay Kr V rnn.-T- r . t- - c 1 FRICE OF WHEAT. BecatibG the Chicago pamblcraiiiailol wheat Kite upwards of $LS0 jor boiela few weeks aero, our Reuublican brethren. cave us lively exhibitions of the doIUI- cal skirt dance, with variations, claim ing that the high price was due to the! ! 8" "54 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. S- - sLjSffjMSb P3 A 4fc WX?i-Jm- JS Jt Xi flf success of that party. But, now that ulipnt r dnrn in rf.i?tv rontu sm'.in ftht Coolest and most refreshing Republican cohorts are holding a. wake? of drinks that can be found ol gloom over tlieirue-partt-- d ui ttie oacfc-iain the city are dispensed joy. and accommoby The fact is that, outside of the endating clerks. couragement and support given millica-air- e Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. THE EXCEH.ENCE OF SYEU? OF HGS gamblers and their inetuode, by Tn thn tact for Fm!a TnwMn Corrects aU is due not only to the originality and recent Republican legklation.that party irregularities InKemale Organs. Should be simplicity of the combination, but also had no more to do with tho late fictiSpecial Excursions via' taKen lor tunrs 01 ui ana ueioro uhwbku. Second St, to the care and skill with which it is tious value of wheat than Sampson had Rasters "OH Time" RranHcs havo stood the Phone 3. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. test for twenty years. manufactured by scientific processes with th desti action of theSpanish fleei JiWIUIOXJ), KY. JCade only by Mew Spencer Medicine Co., Chat- known to the CALirousiA. Fig'Sit.up noura, .leimesaets. in Cuban watcis. The law of mpply and JOc. Co. only, and we wish to impress upon The Chesapeake and Ohio Uailway, ALL All drucBlsta tll Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. all the importance of purchasing the demand romi'atrs tho price of wheat,as will run the following excursions to 25c. 50c DRUGGISTS. true and original remedy. As the it does every other commodity, when the on dates named. The Ferry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dec8-lG.White. genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured natural conditionsaiv notoveipowered 5S tickets will be good going on regular o ft by the Caufokxia Fio Strop Co. by .artificial causes. The Falcon i& witrains, to which necessary sleeping cars County Court Days. B septs- - iy f & only, a knowledge of that fact will der the impression that the price of will be attached. assist one in avoiding the worthless a e Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. wheat judged from the visible supply On July 19th and August 11th, to ft. imitations manufactured by other paryour inflamed lungs. 2. .Richmond, Madison county, first MonADVERlISii WITH US, "WE ARE THE PEOPLE " - and demand throughout tho world ities. The high standing of the CaliAtlantic City and Cape May via Wash- day. i o :::3 O s It will cure every case o s fokxia Fig Stisop Co. with the medi- ought to be greater than it is at pres- of consumption, when As ington, round trip rate $14 from Lexo Lexington, Fayette county, second cal profession, and the satisfaction ent, but the millionaire gamblers, with ington and correspondingly low rates Monday. a cure is possible. 1 which the genuine Syrup of Figs has whom this country is cursed, will en' aicv CD from other "Central Kentucky points. Trn' f rrciiar1H a given to millions of families, makes deavor to keep the price down, until Stanford, Lincoln county, second MonT2 -o x S C ! the name of the Company a guaranty after the producer has disposed of bis to take something they say is just Tickets good eleven days returning. day. 3 On July 28th, a round trip rate of $13 of the excellence of its remedy. It is as good. o 5 G 2"S 5 Georgetown, Scott county, third MonThis is the grateful ex"'"' far in advance of all other laxatives, crop at least. Then, after the farmers will be made to Old Point Comfort. Va. All Dropglsts, 50c and ft. -day. SCOTT & Bowne, Chemists, N.. as it acts on the kidneys, liver and have sold, you may expect another S Tickets good going on regular trainsand pression of the thirsty Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. bowels without irritating or weakenmarked advance in price, all for the s s si s s5 good returning twelve days. This is the soul who tastes the liquids ing them, and it does not gripe nor benefit of tho thieves who speculate on Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third 2 best time to visit Old Point, owing to Monday. THE MOUTH. -nauseate. In order to get its beneficial the fruits of honest labor and the nea ? rr. cooled by ice made from the interesting military manuevers. 9 efTects, please remember the name of Winchester, Clark county, fourth ogSoOooo cessities of the poor and needy. Do yon need a Plow, pure distilled water by Send in your name for sleeping car Monday. the Company A boy was compelled by his teacher What this country needs, and needs to writo an essay on A Harrow, "the mouth" for space or for any information desired. the Eichmond lee Facto- Implement-- 1 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Versailles, woodford county, fourth oo2coooo J badly, is a law that will suppress tho & UEO. W. BARNEY, D. P. A . O some infraction ot the school discipline, A Corn Planter, BAX FUAXCISOO, Cal. Monday. 333 y millionaire gamblers. Marion Falcon. Lexington; Ky. ew vokk, k.t- and tiiis is what he said: 8 Louisville. Ky. A Wagon, or other a SSBTTree delivery, in any w r1 "Your mouth is the front door of vour Ct jan5-l- y Portraits and Poses. V' Bueklen's Arnica Salve. In all the naval battles engaged in An Emperor's Forly-SiWe are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, and . face; it is the aperatureof the told storquantity, and on short Olds Farm Wagon. In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. Stores The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. age of your anatomy. Some months during the present war not twenty-fiv- e s Y--j "With five German warships facing M--4 " notice. and Tinware. Tin Roc flag and Guttering a Specialty. havo been slain and not Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, SaltRheumFever look like poaches and cream, some look Americans (, half a hundred have been wounded. Admiral Dewey's fleet at Manilla and Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chillike a hole in a brick wall to admit a In the battles by land, not four hun- the intentions of the German Kaiser blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, now door or window. Rook The mouth is a o dred American lives have been sacri- still a matter of some doubc, the heading and positively cures Piles, or no pay reID hot bed for toothache and the bung-hol- e ficed, whilo wounds, from scratches to article presented in the Cosmopolitan give perfect quired. It is guaranteed to e W ' fi c as'H s ??? for oratory. The mouth is the fatals, foot up less than 1,500. Mean- for July will be read with interest. The satisfaction or money refunded. Price mi 8M crimson aisle of our liver: it is a natri- MANAGER. Portraits and Poses of the 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & Spanish war vessels time, twenty-on- e FOR'. otism fonndation, and the tool chest for and twenty one merchantmen have Emperor William which illustrate the Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to AV. "Sue, 2vc, OTtvaro pie. tVithout the mouth the politician ?? decl5-lG. White. been destroyed, not less than 5.000 article are in themselves an extraordiv ssss auA. VcddtTvl bus.. would be a wanderer on the face of the soldiers and sailors slain, millions of nary exhibit. They might be described 1 SOW GOV. STOKE GOT A START. earth and go down to an unhonored dollars worth of property destroyed, as "The Evolution of an Emperorshown j grave. It is the grocer's friend, the I have rented lor 1898 the several houtes adhuman documents." UnFour of the beet Fire Insurance Comsnd the military BDirit of Snain no by forty-si- x by me last December, panies in the United States. Losses paid Cincinnati Enquirer. orator's pride and the dentist's hope. It doubtedly so large a number of portraits vertised five other nice cottages, but have now four or and well located broken that peace in the immediate promptly. and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at some men on the rostrum and ''Colonel William Tarr, the typical puts future is assured. Of a truth the God were never before gathered together of my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, H with Stephen D. Parrish,Attorney-at-Law- . Kentucky Blue Grass yeoman and one some in jail. It is the temptation's lunch of battle is with us, and any royal or imperial personage. In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on Tira of Trains at Winchester, Ey. of the most famous distillers on the counter when attached to a maiden, FLOHIDA H. PARKISH, Is he who has his quarrel Just." the most approved plans. In Accident an2S-Coal has been discovered in Carlisle Attorney and Agent. Western Hemisphere, a remarkable 2nd tobacco's friend when attached to a Insurance we again give the best We Glasgow Times. WEST BOOXD. will not transact business with irresponcounty. man. without it married life would be man also in his physical preservation, is sible companies. 6 Vi am Mt. Sterling and Leiinpton Accom UE0. W. RlhEY Those fellows who gives as an excuse 261 Second Street, 7 30 am years of like a summer dream and a dude would Kasrn Express for Lonieville at the Emery. Seventy-thre- e 3 00 pm OMAHA EXPOSITION Mertead and Lexington Accom. Up Stairs. for not taking their county paper that age, he is perfectly erect, his hair and lose half of h?s attraction." 4 50 pm New York Limited F. F. V Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends they alwaj-- hear of the happenings in June 1st to October 31st V full beard only iron gray, every tooth EAST BOUXD. Wright's Celory Capsules. Thousands of persons have been cured the county before they appear in the 9 15 am in his head snow white and as even as LexinrtOH and Morehead Accol. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To )! 11 58 am New York Limited F. V. V. Wright Medical Co., Co!., O.: kernels of Indian maize on the cob. of piles by using Do Witt's Witch Hazel paper should by all means invent somo 6 30 pm TIIK GRANDEST EXPOSITION LexiRia and 51 1. Sterling Accom 923pni Salve. It heals promptly and cures other lie, as this one is getting old and Gents I have purchased a box of Express Washington Colonel Tarr related a lew things, past ; Wright's Celery Capsules from G. 01 Accommodation trains run daily except Sunpresent and future, to the Enquirer eczema and all skin deseases. It gives musty. This species of enterpriseing (except World's Fair) ever planned Middelton. dniecnsr anil nccul tl.om N. M fnr day. Other trains ran daily. in the United States. Located within immediate relief. Douglas ft Wines. and public spirited citizens should quit man. He said: Throagh sleeping snd dining car service to Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti 01 Kew York. borrowing and stealing copies of the cheap and quick access of tho entire pation and feund that they gave me im"Both of us as poor as church mice. I For ii formation, rates or sleeper reservations t A Missouri and Mississippi Vallevs. at mediate relief every time. 1 " OWL7-U- n D a THE DISPATCH WINS. K. HOOD, Agent L.&N.RJ-.call on or write county paper regularly every week of I I IU think it an commenced dihtiliiiif; whisky Avitli Col. Richmond, Ky. their neighbors if the paper contains your own doors. Through tickets be- excellent remedy. George White at the beginning of the or GEORGE W. B RXEY, TSe Xev; Acitjtenc Gas Bicycle Lamp, r yond Omaha allow stop overs. ReThe suit of Jo A. Parker against the nothing but what thoy had D. P. A. C. & O. Hy.. Lexington. Ky. already when there were very few Yours very truly, Louisville Dispatch for $30,000 damages heard. V Ko Mors is well to be stingy to a de- duced excursion rates to Omaha. Take men in our line of business. In eight It 9 l Geo. W. Rilev. tho Burlington Route tho old and years we maue S200,0(X) net cash, and for alleged libel was tried at Marion gree, but when it leads a man to Ivinir - cnnT IUUI, firmly established line to and through could have made SI, 000,000 in the same last week, and resulted in a verdict for and stealing he is in a mighty bad way. I SHOKE, the Dispatch. A Success will never come to such charac Omaha in any direction. time justas easy by doubling or treblinrr 1 ' . JCi'BIiwJXVI imsiii V AJAA ABLETS POSITIVEL.Y COKfc L--. W. of last year, Parker then ters. Jackson In October Howard Elliott. GREASE Wakelf-nutans Falling our capacity, but wc were content with Hustler. JMlilNri.f. M. The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail- - 1 M Gen. Manager. 81eeplene8, etc.. caused Oen. Passenger A gent. being tho Populist candidate for Clerk road, in addition to shortening the time to 1 or Abase or other Excesses and Indisnsr DANGER making over $500 clear cash a day. 1 Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier M St. Louis, Mo. They quickly unit Murrlu cretions. 2 The deputies who will bo named bv of tho Court of Appeals, the Dispatch restore Lost Mtalit j in old or joang. and Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, have lost a lot of money of late years t Texas. Mexico, Arizona and California The fltamaaiorstadr, bnsinfH or marriaeo. published an article charging that Par- Clerk of the Court of Appeals Shackel Tna.r.tf. rtA fy.ffiF .1 asssssassaKcsi more from going security, paying the epiendid train service with which the Illinois ( "ua im t: iProvnfc . rr ker was running in the interest of the ford, when he takes charge, Sept. 1, Eicliiiioiiil Produce Mnnlrnf - - uu: uct.u.k, ..AtTvvt.ra " o "rioaiuiaio lmprovo-". -Central's Memphis and NewOrleans Vestibuled U ,'.-A uum. an otner lau. Indebts of others, where I had signed pawHiupa is (Mfuippeu raaKes n iasier man T7" il sist npoa harinz the gennlno AJsr Tablets Ther naro cared thousands and wl II cure yon. We cire a Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned J 2Zf &r per in kindness moro than others, and nepuuiican party; that the slimy trail will number at least two of his onno- territory. written guarantee to effect a euro CO HTC in of Mark lianna could bo seen, and that nents in the State convention which each cose or refund the doner. Prioe CUbldiper Thw fVntral i the nnlr line whirh nine Prpp a It can'r iarcrMoK have had to reduce my landed estate Viifc3 ffi y or Zj Reported eery Tuesday at noon by packaee; plainsix pket Ifull treatmentlprice. Reclining Chair Cirs and Vestibuiled trains I for tZSO. Bx Jn l-. oti like ch Oil Lamp. from 1,000 acres to 300, but I suppose I his and Bailey's campaign was a "You nominated him. Tho Chief Deputy-shi(mm Tvtiirill. tn thf iuith olui fi wanHiCircular xree. A i r ueatnerage s (Jo., btaple and oall.nu-iy-I A x wrapcer. npon recript of .vfWwoe. ncni rrxmr rV.V Calncs, '"-... which a salary of $2,500, will go to tickle me and I'll tickle yoit" engagejSo. 21. KCHiR!j . i.ii Phone, I'uumsn loutisi unor uauiornia Stp.kkt. V have enough left at that for e Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. H3S0LUTELY Fnr'sjil. in Richmond, Ky. by Ilagan & .9 25pm Le lni.ille every Thursday ment, having as its end the election of rw i,. ureene, ot lienton county, prescomfort. Arr MemphisTridiv. 8 18am Herndon. LiTht coto ft t rtt an hour. ThmwR janl2-l- y tho ltepublican ticket. Hence the suit. ent chief deputy. The second, of 0 Arr New Orleans Friday . 7 45pm a. clear. vU I. mi. .) r.,.t SVnd At least thirty years ago I gave EGGS 7"c cash; 8Je in lradn. Lve New Orleans Friday B 8 atom HI! fur circular an I will le given to Gus W. itichard-so- n a'Joul lUu The jury was composed of six Demo S (Sam Arr HHetn Saturday" William J crats and 50 YEARS- BUTTER-Cho- ice Crca:cst IWcyc'.s Lz?? cf country, 1015c. Year Arr San Antonio Sslurday of Meade county. The third, or six Republicans, and on that t 4Spm EXPERIENCE Stone, of Missouri, who went to that Arr JJpaso Sundav 3 15pm Prom your "ealer Q . $1,500 place, it is understood, will be BEESWAX 20025c. S 2Hpm Arr i?j Angeles Monday or .cni prepaid for J'A.Ov. Suite from Madison county, Kentucky, n account it was thought it might fail to Arr San Francisco Tuesday 5 15pm agree, but in lifteen minutes after the filled by B. J. Magoffin, Jr., of DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 5c. law case in Nevada, Mt. Vernon county Tim it Tit Int UiU: close of the argument the verdict was BABGEH B8A38 MFG. GO. U fifrnii. brother of Mr. ShackCt AVOOL Clear grease wool, lG13c; Missouri, which is said to have given elford. icc?:ocha, vv:s. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c him his impetus in public life, as well lendered. the territory meutiotted will lo well to comIt was a great victory lor the DisCHEESE-Coun- try, as a fair fat fee, very needful to him at municate with K. H. rowler. Traveling Passen10c. For those who stand around waiting ger Agent. Louisville. Ky. Trade Marks that time. Somo hind sharks were try- patch and Virtually establishes the for dead men's shoes, there is a consolTIMOTHY SEED$1.501.G0. Dfsisns Alpokd Kkixond, A O. P. A.. Wm. Headache bad? Get Dr. Miles' l'aln Pills, CnDVOlRure M.t. ing to steal a large tract of land from truth of tlw publication. ing paragraph in the new revenue law. A. II. Haxsox , G P. A.. Lonisvzlle, Ky. Anyone sending a aketch and description may CLOVER SEED$2.75$3.50. mo and had employed tlie most skillful Chicago, 111. dc29-l- y jrnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an Bob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., says Legacies left by millionaires1 wills, unBLUE GRASS SEED-Strip50 land pirate in the State against me. I tlona strictly confldentlal. Hand book on I'atenU der some conditions, pav a tax ot 15 GOc; Frankfort Si that for constipation he has found Railway. employed Stone, because he was extra clean, 6075c; fancy clean,; eent rree. Oldest ajrency for securing patents. Patents i,taken throneh Mnnn Co. recelro a Little Early Risers to be per- per cent As this is. extraordinarily pure seed, $1$1.35. pecial notte. without chante, la tho N. R. R, ' In Effect May 1, 1898 and had the reputation of be fect. They never gripe. Try them for heavy, it may act as an inducement BEAS-- $1 00$1.50 per bu. ing a careful, painstaking young attor-- . DAILY EXCEPT SUXDAY. stomach and liver troubles. Douglas & for men of wealth to give away while Time Table No. 83. Taking Effect A handsomely Illustrated weekly. NEW rOTATOES-S75$1.- 00. ney worKing into practice. He made a ciryet on earth the major part of the fortMay 2, 1S9S- culation of any scientific Journal. Ter.ns. S3 a EAST BOUND. Wines. SHOULDER MEAT 6c. S0" "r11 newsdealers. a.m. pjn. speech in the case that immortalized him I?f.:.l2ur?!tl1' unes with which they are endowed. 1st Class. Lve Frankfort 6 30 3 00 in that community and won BACON-831- 0c. MUNN&Co.-6,B---- r. BAST BOUND. the case. New York Xo. 1 No. 3 The tax is graded as if was the purpose Eikhorn 6 43 A New Scheme. 3 20 Branch Offlce.TB5 F St, Washington; D. U. ' Switxer. Ex Sun Ex Sun1 6 51 3 32 He was immediately thereafter sent HAMS 10llc of the framerg of the bill to discourage ' Stamping Ground 7 02 3 48 A new scheme to rob the people of LARD-78- Kc, Djvalls A. M. P.M. A.M. 7 08 3 53 twice in succession to the Legislature, Kentucky is being published in a num- the accumulation of great wealth. 10 22 Versailles 5 30 6fi2 " Georgetown. . 7 20 4 06 and MILLET $1.00S1.25. then went to Congress and became 11 62 g 00 Lve Georgetown Xiebeiatriile 4S DR. CALDWELL'S 6 7 35 4 15 Ml ber of our exchanges throughout the Valley View 8 03 II 26 Arr Newtown.. 8 20 8 12 4 42 Governor. The public school teachers of Spain 11 41 MiHien 8 13 Ctntrcville.. 8 59 8 22 M 4 52 state. It is as follows: Kentucky Fair Dates. 11 58 Iliehmend. "You will remember how conspicuous 16 are paid an average of 50 a year. This " Elizabeth 8 23 830 4 58 VCURES . A new scheme to rob the neooie has P. SI. " Paris 8 40 5 10 he was in the Bryan campaign, and I accounts for the remarkable stateUnion .. .. 12 IS 10 00 bobbed up in Kentucky. A couple of WEST BOUND. 12 16 Mefcerler. The following are the dates for hold10 05 Tjo can think ments in a Spanish a.m. p.m. am assured that he would have been a men drive on 12 30 llrassSeM. 10 25 simple the premises and Dresent elfect that President newspaper to the ing the Kentucky fairs this year so far Wanted-f- ln Idea of some patent? Lve Paris .... 9 20 12 35 530 Cabinet officer had our candidate suci'anefa . HI 40 tWag to McKinlev was born Ait Elizabeth 9 32 5 42 1 05 Irvine 11 35 false papers purporting to give State wealth. as reported to this office. Secretaries 5S!:tT"SS?f45;j'?"L lld'ff-y- -a . Centreville and reared in Canton, China, and that 5 4S ceeded, as he should have done. Stone 938 OVER $104,000 PAID IN MATURITIES. Newtown- 9 48 .558 is for their .800 prlxo rather a young man yet, and will still authority for the examination of wells. the larger portion of the United States or other officers will please advise ""."t, yJlBTton. D. O, lnTentlon? waatL offer and list of two hundred No. 2 No. iTNo. 8 NoTlO Georgetown ... 10 00 6 08 cisterns, etc., under the pure food laws. is wbht nov.vs. Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Lve Georgetown us of any errors or omissions in 10 40 630 be heard from in the affairs of the OVER 539,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. Arr Duvalls 56 C41 They inspect the water through a mi A composed of negroes and Indians. the HsU A. SI. P.M. p. SI. A. SI Stamping Ground. .11 10 6 48 nation. teacher who lives on $50 a year TT ANTED AOKNT3 to sell our Printing " Irvine 2tk) croscope anu Una all kinds of microbe, Switxer . ... 111 55 .. .11 25 6 59 Lawienceburg, August 1G 4 days. ' Presses. Vulcanlzcrs, Bbsboko and Key cannot be supposed to know much, or PaiMla Klkhorn 2 25 05 .... .1135 703 Checks. Stoel and ltubber Stamps. Seal Fresa- BrassfreM The total appropriations of tho Con- bacteria, cholera germs, and typhoid teach much. 1 20 2 39 ... Fern Creek, August 1G- -3 days. Frankfort 11 55 720 Slobericy 2 4t .... l fever bugs, permit the man and his STATEMENT liil E. Fayette Sr., CaltoM Mo. Catalogue frccl Shelbyville, August 24-- 4 days, Union C. D. BEHCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent gress which adjourned last week aggre2 47 Hichniend. 6 OS 3 16 2 15 VOB THE SIX 310NTHS ENDISO JUNE 2G, 1S93. gated almost $000,000,000, and upward wife to look through the microscopo, GEO. B. HARPEB, Gen'l SupU Bardstown, August 305 days. AVhen E.D. Standiford. of Louisville, 6 20 Million 3 30 00 Frankfort, Kentucky. C 31 Valley View 3 45 of 5350,000,000 of this was for purely where, of course, they see the son of the late Dr. E. D. Standiford .... 3 jo 3 Lagrange, August 313 days.- Nicbolasvilic 6 58 4 10 4 war purposes. It was the largest aggre- menagerie that always has and became of ago a few days ago Versailles 7 50 Elizabeth town, September i3 4 days. 5 00 .. 10 he was Total Number of Coupons Issuetl 11,24 gate by any session since the civil war always will be contained in a drop of handed $100,000 left him by Glasgow, September 14 1 days. Total Number of Coupons Paid Pi M. P. M. A. M. p! SI. his fathStoles ! and the general deficiency bill was the water. The pergon interested is then er. With this moneytohe left immedi- Louisville, September 26 6 days. Strayed or Total Numbe" of.Coupons Lapsed All trains connirt with Titifi.;ilA trains to and from Louisville. largest separate measure since the advised to apply certain remedies which ately for Washington to buy a string of Owensboro, October days. All trains connect with C. N. O. &.T. P. trains 5750,000,000 single appropriation in 1863. the fakers sell at a high figure (a little race horses. 3.7-to and from Cincinnati. Paducah, October 11 4:days. It was iust such dnlnm. Train Dispatcher. Bill nro-- plain soda and nothing more) and go as this that gave rise to the Lancaster. From my place near Million, on Thursday The Naval Appropriation VT. IL ADASIS. Superintendent. Total Number of Coupons in Force little story - ( ..... .v, ,.. nuiw wu uu tail viued for three new battleships, :four on their swindling way. .. . Versailles. pumisned agreat many years ago about and lonv; horns. A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to monitors, sixteen torpedo-boa- t destroy .Richmond. ''A. Fool and His Money." SQUIBE ROBERTS, Win your battle against disease by ers, twelve torpedo boats and one gun Danville. Slillion, Ky. Total Paid on Coupons Redeemed... $104,923 21 noat. The urgent .deficiency bills ail acting promptly. One Minute Cough Country girls in Spain seldom wear Lebanon. Total Passed to Reserved Fund The nndentlfTTipil ifi o fin aaa 38,735 44 Cure produces immediate results. hats or carried provisions for aggressive work whole or to suit purchaser, whfrh h Shepherdsville, bonnets of any kind, and in the RAILWAY. k- . private sale; slfaated at When tako early it prevents consump smaller places HlWll RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. in the prosecution of the war. It costs Barbourville. they do not even put ON KENTUCKY ) money to carry on a war, but the neo-- tion. Ana in later stages it furnishes mantillas on their heads, adorning Horse Cave. Income from December 2C, 3S97, to June 26, 18D8. -their S39.972 :3 : pie are bearing, the burden cheerfully, prompt.relief. Douglas & Wines. IJISIilJRKMIJ hair with flowers instead. It was in Bowling Green. Schedule In fJet Slay I, 1808. Coupons Redeemed conudeut that they are lulltine in a Spain, by the way. that the custom of a 23,C03"46 Eminence. on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well Devious Definitions. ; x;assea to reserve............. E.VKTBOUSB. !j.'q,L ' Na.5. j Ko.3. just cause and that victory will crown bride wenring orange blossoms in h.r " better Iand in Winchester. Expense "Tome, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago Offices ..... . 835 54 A Book for Young and Old. Lv Ijouwvllle... 7.laiif 4.pmi 7,340 29 our arms. hair originated. AT ShMbvrille. Morganfleld. KOwam 5.33pmt S.OTpra It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by Dividend on Capital Stock, at 4 6 per cent 651 20 Hack writer A sort of literary huck Ar La'retieeb's . 9.S5am, SSOpm P.&7pa r turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, Balance . 676 74 Ar VerailleH iai6am iB2pm'10.aipra ster. OUR i YECURE etc., within a half mileofWhltfi' SLiUnn p .1)0. tTam 7.20pm 'i&S5pm Ar Lexington FREE: 530.00 INaoU), -- $39,972 -- . 3 .borgettery Better than memorj' at I. ni.ann.-Office, ten miles XromlUchmond. wtsTfconsu. RECORD NERVOUS King, or a KertnlnntMr. 4n TEEMS-S- ale Lv VeinarUtu 7.4aam 4.ipns times. RESERVE FUND. will be made onn.iMrri M.i, """Bncn's Practical Business Ar VerwMlle. . 1 L5; 8.10am; 1878 balance h7ata BLOOD Kiss A wireless le.Iegraph message r"B,- -' n5Jicl aaSam! 5.30pm 5.am Ar La'reBeeb'g CUUIC Tcxarkana, Tex., oricnn..or address to suit purchaser. For particulars,- Total 'Reserve a schoU ..;..', Ar ShettyiiUe S.27aro, Cllipm, CC3am 138,735 and wife should Jcnow about the pre- arship in most any other reputable business colto the heart. 250,000 Less Death Claims, Cask Surrenders, Taxes, eic.'"'Z'.Z'.'.'.'; - 1,874 44 SKIN Ar Iul vllVe LS6am, 7.EOpm ,50am lege or literary school ia the U. S. can be secured 66 Geo. D. White, Chatterbox The one occupied by a paration that for Jialf a century has bydoingahtuenrork at home for the Youths Trains Nr. 1. 2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observa: PRIVATE feb3-Advocate, an Illustrated Netlteservb been helping expectant mothers bring -journal theater party. tion Cifctr Can. White's SUUon, Ky. W, ?36,8C0 73 cnaracter, moral ia MEN , wesjtboVsdXAHTtwr.vi. Kaleidoscope Another, name for a little ones into the world without especially, interesting and profitable tone, ana to youni! DISUSES ASSETS. 11. "rTATTOTaL e XaUISo. :No.12. Na 11. " jiiicrcsi. ana pront Dy 1 CURED fc woman's mind. danger and the hundred and one cf all affs. srnriM .i. 7.4.JKB1 l.iVLout-viAr'7A"pmIaSirn Loans on Real Estate .nattertlTTllrTf ... Agreeable A person who always disenmfnrfQ nH ri;e..n:n- - Agents trantcd. -- $37,1S9 40 V3 iv rr ri)im Ar LarncbrjrAr ri"ipm KZiam Loans on Otlinr AnmrtvnH SaiMir;ti'no Address Youths' Advocate Pub. 7Stpra,Wiin Ar IlarodhopAr 4.4Upm. 7J5im Co., KashviUe, Tcnn. with you. agiees f Mcutioa this paoerJ 7 aim'lsrajArnurgiu. Lv L3jpni 7.ftam Open. Accounts.......... incident to child-birt.."ir.V.V. ... . Ir 100 10 " augl8-i- y .i. Hog An auimnl that gets right down ASTBOUXU. is applied externally, which WESTDOCSD. iuieiest uuo anu in trroKean ot- voiloctiou:........ CURED to the root of things. No. j. HNa Ct., STATiass. No. lfi.tNo.CR. viui:u riirnuure, JL'ixiurep, etc is the only way to get relfef. 630 00 " Cash ou Hand 4.e"lra ".fao Lv LouUvll Ar laiSam 7.33pm rnado easy Manufauturtflg Blunders Iu others synonymous w wt - 2,913 35 r.3Spm v.OUam Ar Shelbvil Ar 9.27am 6. 9pm numusb uaiure Medicines taken internally ouunps. oena "wuwT.lst. nf fkntm ic-when ignorant of tho terrible cnino vou hJCpra Mltezn Ar Verslles Ar Wlora 4.15pm with our own mistakes. Prim $45,243 CO DprnMnrmit(in Ttlrl .... viujwuvilivnin.illipr ni. 'j will not help and may T.iipra II. Iam Ar Midway Ar1 7.45am 3.38pm LIAIJLLLTIES. J. F. W. Dornian Col2X allurements Success The one road on the man J"?."'?"1-- 100 laio u of this evil t.pni j djn M- Georgta Lv 7.15am 3.00pm JCASTPOCyp. ocn avoid lho terresult in harm.. Net Reserve Fund . Md.,UA.CaUJouefrJI that leads to popularity. Death's Betrothal. ...;..... rible results, were your eyes ojvned to WESTBOr.Vn --S36.SC0 78 your inl7 Did yon later on in manAdvance- Payments No. LptKo. 5.1 RTAflosa. "iNa d No. 2. .........;-- . ., A few years ao a New York newspaper ... 5,508 19 Divorce The only difference between hood cncitrnet any 1'JtI VATK or ULOOD ' IE..,1!".. 1 .. r A., conducted an open discussion upon the .;. direaje.' Weruyoucurcdr Doyoanow ;:T !.' """""A' luMjm j.&jpra HON. C. T. CALDWELL, topic: Is Marriage a Failure?" The matrimony and alimony. and tbea sec some alarming fymptoms? S42.36S 97 ILUiam 7pnj ArMchlrillAr CiSam 4.10pm answer is easy and upon the surface. Where Debt A trap that man baits.setsand i'.""6 J"o. marry in jonr rtresent conlL5pm, 6.wpmUr Klcbmnd Lv, 6.05am! XIApm dition? Ynn Ittiaw f.'M"!? VITttn Surplus -, ...PRr ?tual Io.ve ni respect, if there is then deliberately walks into. 2.00pm IiV3 LtI.. ft UKK SOS.- If married.! you Sn- S.2it74 72 of PaYkersburg, W. Va Kecom-mends- , is a success. When STXTIOKS. ManuyjiTingw urcatir j marriage a Quinine A bitter euemy of the acrue health is left out, even the most ardent love XoTt tail are with yon on accoaot of any weakLv LuiiriUc. 1B7. cq floes not count, and tnarriagre is invariably and one Wrights Celery ness cached by early abase or later ex' that's hard to shake. Ar Lexington . lO.tJarn lnv. fits and prepares.every cesses! Have you been dragged with Ar- KnaVrille Usurer The only man who takes too "Opmi7.4i.mi Oapsules. mercury? This booklet will point Modern science has cried . , Aorgan, mucle. and yon tho result! of these crimes and out to so often thatall should .realizethe warninir much interest in his business. a.J(um, L15pm point savannah the danger! out hnvrtti. WV If PTnm rmW. m a.iium of wedlock to people in ilKhealth. In a JF Jacksonville ..t. pait of the body for MEJJT will positively cure you. It .15am Dentist A mn who looks down in - PAKKKHHB0BO, "7. VA., case of this Jit death lurks on every.side Ar CU:iaaoo"(ra ...... the critical hour. ,Jt wuKana nave iroen saved by h in the kiss of betrothal and the cariss of the mouth when he has work. cmr UK IV TKKATMKNT. It provS 5.00am ILJOam - Jaauarv M.'IMK. toe honeymoon. The man who is snfferinir ,'of its robs child-birt- h Smith Eowhirb. Secretary- - of rvcm. JHcgkonvlUc' "".' 5:vlV-A. Chivalry That good old nee" when th AJ ; "".!'". from l.:nealth is aphysical bankrupt, and ANY CTBABLK CASE 0?l pTy. MutHalTlBvastmeBt'CatHpsBy. this 1st day of Jh! v, 1888, yiapmi... rn y tortures --and pains. TnK"VKiaKTMkD.vCo.. ?t ChftTahflga- -; ' people actually married for love. " i. 'CirfBmbagjObifl : ' J.W.STOLn, '.. nurse for hfe and themother of babes that jWrm.nim 1. J" ILSjpnvlLWpni Baby's coenlng is made . Argument Something tht it T r Meiilita . r Dr. Pierce's Ar ?.w Ories....A:.;"; quick' and "easy. Its ""?"" VIO- lQam.lOL36am il Golden Medical .Discovery acts directly oa lot ofto get,lies well established. ill kTtniii- ir;Z.li?;S'n-'-VlMj I MITlM Vn ". UliADDEK r the digestive organism. It makes it stron since NoVea i action'" doubly bene- j . ij.m m.'Ki.i ir Classical The kind of music ob la and its action perfect When a san's dfc d tbm td:ie a roof-mend-vficial if used during the whole SMPSTON; tDireJo. ti supposed to like because jt comm higK gestion is all right his blood will be CURES GUARANTEED ro B.rmfneuam. Meridian anSven? s-' Uking thB Ropfiag, Gutterii Or .r I.fntbiaui X. a: UAJKUiMER, his blood is pure his nervous system' while at Hot SfiHtwei, ?At)c., "npdw trwrt-U& IT . cocieiy a v unch and Jm3y eliow ia VTperiodo f prerHiacvI A5kSfto-- e K? iee uage of bin"! sent free tby rtCtau will be strong and Jus health vigorous. BndGenersil & ."'.- -per bottle at all drao-- tnritvn which the figures are dollan instead r yT.?u7.wu., u4rcrr .stlMi A woman who suffers from .weakness titMDM, iiwtirMiUtMiwwhicR sr. disease of the delicate organism of Tier aad sesse. Er. i ? JoVWari sentby mail ojrijipt; of; price. ? XgnflArAl.iL ""A fiti. tor "!?" "r liUilK . ,., . T?r M certain tr nFT.. ."i5re-- . i loatKt ute .ton U Jakwnville vUhfr-jnlAi i.tuaiacai. hum Kccrai' ?!!? b !' TtTJlB. helpkM invalided . &&& JS C. Blanks, of LewisVillB. T a d7.1 sappointmeat as a wj&. XfarietiMreH.; ink. '"w f 0rnu.&tiilra. hmt hwhjsi sxu. iromea. ;, i box of DeWiit's.'Witcu fuMjanu peevisa. A happy LZr i i)WBlr,'wr.ananriao. r assi irdisrn mi .b iy v?p: '&. "ni allmiflbrisMcarfth ir Vi.V.--- 1.122 WijOURTH STRCCT, T '.ImtiivtaeLK - ""ed- r. Kerce'a Favorite' Hael Salve ,'was ffbrth:8.bejt6.i.f. '' t miin.Jr-JirJ-Z Hlr . i- ol UjTVTtnrjrToor, .. Hy" wi Skm&K ttwtty feminine organjm. It cure tiwrn' It'.wBed His i JfeStl ; C9. .adviees 'Otllws to. try ft. It SKttun T, CAtMmt- M WWlfckiai mod mnHrhi . 'Zn.iCBagfwi.itiml J r ' .: V8L m up-to-da- te Gsa-iln- a . --- ill r- : 13 t ""- through the winter? If so, we are sure it quieted your cough healed the rawness in your throat, increased your weight,, gave you more color, and made you feel better in every way. .But perhaps your cough has come back again, or you are get-lia little thin and pale. ' Then, why not continue the same helpful remedy right through the summer? It will as much good as when the weather is cold. Its persistent use will certainly pive vou a better aDDetite and a stronger digestion. It will cure your weak throat and heal ng do-yo-- Scott's Emulsion Did You Take! TWINE. ALL WOMEN Binding twine that last year cost the farmer 5c a'pound at retail is this season selling at 14c a pound. The Ding-le- y tariff has done the business coupled with the wr price advance. This means a big thing, to the farmers every where. It is estimated that 2,000 pounds of binding twine were sold in this town last year at 5c, or a total of $10,000. This year the same twine will eosf $28 000 or a net loss of $18,000. Perhaps when we get the Phihipitie Islands, where Jute twine Cuines from, we can save the duty and got our twine at living prices. Sea-Sho- Should know that the "Old Time" Bemody, ((p yr TRY CANDY CATHARTIC Sen-shor- e 8 Is U Ice." "- f T jf I CS n;:::!!:H::n:n;;n;:::;;;;;::;;;;:;;:: MS r FARMERS 'Farmisg ( -- c r x I I -- - '9 o o o I kdm I O - David R. Tevis, TAYLOR Bros, iii:! I"iiII orty-Bi- x fas mi io Rita. . g,t : y Read This tt We ! I "Thrice-arma- d Know a Thing j Je2-l- y . . ''''' GAS? IT BURNS T-W- P About the color of footwear for next summer. Therefore we propose tosell every pair our present stock at once regardless cost. u , EASIER THAI EVER, MWmms. MmfiM i -- tT-- Civil-Wa- r, MADE ME A MAM 1 .tir-JVc-ro- SfflSpKy y u We will not carry over a nair and the price we are making on them will accompnsn tne object. It will pa you to can at. once and make your selections. I i j mi -- -- wc-r- pos-itir-e p, - i p' v Freeman .i IL-Js- JL old-ac- First Ill r-- r.iK-a- l. t!-- c .... $2,-00- I " Har-rodsbu- in-la- w SOUTHERN jlyS-6- MUTUAL .. R. i. & B. Mm ped, De-Wit- t's Ken-tucki- INVESTMENT Of Mon-da.- r. .Scientific American. " I lexington, Kentucky. COMPANY Largest Profits. 28-- . YRUP PEPSI constipation. Safest Investment . .... . . SEiMI-ATSTNlTA- L i 2-- G i cn.... hi je22-4w FA RM- iFORf w 45 SOUTHERN SALE wa-S- k. -. mm of ( j "TIT h'Bil 1 WHITE'S STATION, y. . 2-- . . EVERY BRIDE -, "-" k I . I F tJ-.v-1-- . -- T- "i's,Tw semi-month- tl .- - -- . .m f oj i. .iraJ2sS?.r peo-ol- . 1 50,000 h. "128 - :"""& ' ilk ECONOMIST RAISES - ;.... nniiNLT -- r -- A -- Wmk ' e . . i 1 'p-i- ( ',.2' "nar-ia- ge Mother's Friend -- . . . AshA-Hle..- "?" hmih inWln'Tn HpsssSaF x x JVI'3EB9 h -- im888$M h rr -- - ..;,.. A iSMraff '. -- WM AN, I. Secretary. " u&jKmw&oim: s- -- cRi-tfrf1-Mfa,u.jJ- tlri . dfL rtQjCtpeHle8 ,.. !- pure-whe- n "? fl '1fV BSBSBSBSBSBSBaBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBBBBBBSBBBBS' r.??f;rri.-.tr?'.-."'.,iiii-",j 0, . ,. tl .- a, - Kennedys Kergan! CIHCI-fNATI.j- -- ""--"- ? !S5. -- 'MH'WHrWvflMM - Sve ssC i. lwWywrtiiad' v m-- "0!w-;lW'iPi - ' o-o- Tr EWr r- HHKMHB iHBasBB ' fhmiPi -- '- " f . mmmam aHt ' MMAmtr. -- - mw-- . kXj m sf. . tiJ.ra, tK. dill MI SO. wnmwi?wtmm x ". 9m ,yv$m w- -, flwWf jp Ufi'" lfl Pri "" '' 1 '"kA- ir kj o. "' .if-"- . Mu't'-- JlaSillSTli',J,l,-:' 'isi'i ' ..riBhBT 'l tKr bd iRi j,ia .r Jisusswissiilii ' """" - . i&V" - mS1 't . r,